The Autumn Issue of the Coastal Chronicle is now ready for viewing. Check out some of the highlights of what Coastal Action’s team has been up to!
Coastal Action is very happy to announce that we have released our first ever Annual Report!
You can now read all about our projects in detail in the 2015 Annual Report of all the work accomplished in 2015.
Come join Coastal Action and the Town of Bridgewater to help construct two hybrid rain gardens at Generations Active Park Off-leash Dog Park in Bridgewater next week-October 4th and 5th.
If you are interested in joining, please contact Amy Buckland-Nicks by email (email@example.com) or by calling the Coastal Action office (1-902-634-9977).
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
Coastal Action is very excited to share the 2015 LaHave River Watershed Report Card. This report card summarizes the water quality conditions of the LaHave River Watershed in 2015.
Check it out: LRWP 2015 WQI Report Card
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.
Stay tuned to learn more about Coastal Actions Wine & Cheese Social in October, where there will be a selection of local wines paired with cheese.
More details to follow.
Coastal Action would like to thank everyone who came out to support us at the AGM last Thursday!
A special shout out to The Nova Scotia Sea School and Executive Director Heather Kelday for an great presentation.
Rain Barrel Construction Workshop
When? Sunday July 10th from 2pm to 5pm
Where? Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre
*Rain Date: July 17th 2pm to 5pm
Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation and Town of Bridgewater will be hosting a FREE 3-hour rain barrel building workshop at the Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre. Open to all. The program aims to give residents the equipment, tools, and training to build their own rain barrel, of which 15 will be available.
Refreshments (cans of juice or jugs of water)
We are looking for 1-2 volunteers to help the event run smoothly, ideally individuals that are comfortable using power tools such as drills.