Canada 150 Project Student Job Opportunity

We’re hiring! 

Our Nova Scotia Heritage and Marine Stewardship Canada 150 Project is looking for a student to join the team! This position is in partnership with two other Nova Scotian organizations: Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) and Chester Race Week and will be part-time throughout the summer season with experience alongside all three partner organizations.

See here for full description: Canada 150 Internship Job Description

Please send Ariel Smith at ariel@coastalaction.org your resume to apply. Deadline May 24th, 2017.  

2017 Nova Scotia Youth Conservation Corp Positions Now Available!

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Hired Coastal Action Youth Conservation Corps performing in-stream restoration work in 2014.

 

Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation has once again partnered with the Clean Foundation and Nova Scotia Youth Conservation Corps program to hire two students for 9 weeks in the months of July and August 2017! This is a great opportunity that provides summer opportunities for valuable environmental experience.

There are two positions available under our Watershed Projects (LaHave River & Petite) which includes water quality monitoring, fish habitat and riparian restoration. There is also one position available for our Morton Center Environmental Education Programs as a Program Supporter assisting with program development and implementation.

 

 

See below listings for position specifics

Watershed Projects Field Intern (2 positions available)
Environmental Education Program Supporter (1 position available)

All candidates are to fill out an application 
on the Clean Foundation website
Application closes Midnight, May 24th. 

Coastal Action’s Dan MacPhail Memorial Bursary

Memorial Bursary 2015

Last years recipient, Bailey Silver, presented by Peter Mosher.

Are you a high school student planning on furthering your education in the field of Environmental Science, Biology, Ecology, Earth Science, or a similar program at the university or college level? If so, don’t miss out on the chance to be awarded a $500 bursary opportunity!

2017 Bursary Application

All applications must have signed remarks from their guidance councilors accompanied in their application. The deadline for application is Friday, April 28, 2017. All applications must be received at the Coastal Action office, either via mail, email, or fax, by the end of the day (4:00 pm) Friday, April 28, 2017.

For more information, please visit our Dan MacPhail Memorial Web Page.

 

 

SUMMER JOB POSTING

Watershed Crew 2016

2016 Watershed Field Crew

 

Coastal Action is seeking an energetic and outdoor loving person to fill a summer position as a Watershed Projects Field Technician. If you’re interested in getting some quality field experience and a hands-on opportunity to improve the natural environment within Lunenburg County, this is the job for you!

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Deadline for Applications: January 31, 2017

Please send applications to emma@coastalaction.org

Happy Holidays!

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Coastal Action has released their fist ever Holiday Edition of the Coastal Chronicle.

 

The Coastal Action team would like to wish Happy Holidays to all their funders, partners, volunteers and supporters! Thank you all for a wonderful year!

 

Wilsons Home Heating is Spreading the Warm!

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If you are considering a change in oil supply company – please take a look at this amazing opportunity!

Spread the Warmth

This fall when you sign up for a new automatic delivery, main heating account for oil or propane, Wilsons Home Heating will give you 100 Litres FREE. On top of that, Wilsons will be donating $100 to a registered charity like Coastal Action!

TD Tree Days Planting Event

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The community green space and outdoor classroom project has been guided by a committee of organisations over the past years, including:

  • Bridgewater Development Association
  • Town of Bridgewater
  • Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation
  • Nova Scotia Community College
  • South Shore Regional School Board

Summer issue of the Coastal Chronicle

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Check out Coastal Action’s newest summer issue of the Coastal Chronicle!

This is Coastal Action’s third issue of our quarterly E-newletter. This issue highlights the work being conducted on East River for the Elver Abundance Study and the Marine Protected Area Consideration in Mahone Bay, information on Morton Centre Summer Camps and the upcoming Growing Green Festival, and an overview of the past Rain Barrel Workshop hosted by Coastal Action. Lastly, this issues profile highlights on the Nova Scotia Youth Conservation Corps Program.