Nature Newfoundland and Labrador invites applicants for
The Wild Things Scholarship
This $1000 scholarship recognizes the enthusiasm and efforts of a student whose volunteer activities have helped to conserve or enhance nature in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Residents of Newfoundland and Labrador: (1) who are (or will be) enrolled in a post-secondary program and (2) who have demonstrated an active commitment to nature and the environment through their volunteer activities are encouraged to apply for this scholarship.
NatureNL conducts The Wild Things Scholarship competition; financial support is provided by Wildland Tours (www.wildlands.com) and an anonymous donor.
December 17, 2015 at the Gathering Place
Please drop by the Gathering Place between 4:30 pm and 7:00 pm to meet up with your environmental friends (old and new). Everyone interested in the environment and nature is invited. Bring a friend. Bring a treat or “finger food” to share. Coffee and tea provided. The Gathering Place is the large gray building on Military Road immediately next to the Basilica parking area. Please use the entrance facing the Basilica parking area. Use the door on the left; press the door button and someone will come down to get you, or if necessary, make arrangements to use the elevator.
Jointly sponsored by NatureNL, CPAWS-NL, NLEN, and NAACAP
Need a last Minute, Meaningful Gift?
Nature NL Gift Membership
For $25, you can give the gift of a 2016 membership to help promote and protect nature in Newfoundland & Labrador.
Members receive electronic access to “The Osprey”, Nature NL’s quarterly natural history journal, and invitations to our monthly events.
Click here to download a membership form or purchase online!
Then, you can download a Gift Card here (tip: when printing, you may need to select double-sided/duplexed and “short edge binding” to get a sheet that can be folded over to form your card).
Nature NL sent seven questions to each of the provincial parties for the upcoming 2015 Newfoundland and Labrador election. Find each of the party’s answers here. We do not make recommendations or endorsements of any party for political office. These questions are meant for clarification of position on a variety of environmental issues. We ask that you consider their responses when you vote on November 30th.
Capelin will soon be rolling on our local beaches. Dr. Craig Purchase (MUN Biology) will give beach side Q&A information sessions on capelin reproduction and other aspects of their biology during the spawning season. We don’t know the actual dates and times at present but we will let you know when Craig will be at Middle Cove and/or Bellevue beaches.