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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About.. Programs.. News.. Employment.. Photos.. Contact.. Latest News.. 2012 Green Team Projects Finalized! - Green Team Season Underway!.. Current News.. Check out the CCNL s current job opportunities! Keep checking back for upcoming positions.. Teacher Resources.. Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador is pleased to once again have the opportunity to offer free presentations (appropriate for all grade levels)  ...   Sign up now for the latest news from CCNL including job opportunities and newsletters!.. About Us.. Staff.. Board of Directors.. Current Funders.. Climate Change.. Education Centre.. Climate Change Club.. Green Team.. Greener Futures.. Internship.. Well Aware.. Make a Donation.. Partners.. Contact Us.. Tel.. 709-729-7265.. Fax.. 709-729-7270.. contactus@ccnl.. ca.. Conservation Corps.. Suite 103.. 10 Austin Street.. St.. John's, NL.. A1B 4C2 Canada..

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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: 2012 Regional Supervisors.. Mandate.. Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing youth with training and employment in environmental and cultural heritage conservation.. Goals.. To work with communities and partners to enhance, restore and sustainably develop the natural and cultural resources of the province.. To help young people gain leadership, teamwork and employment skills.. To develop and promote a strong conservation ethic in Newfoundland and Labrador.. Our History.. CCNL was created in 1992 by the Economic Recovery Commission to increase quality employment, training and career-development opportunities for youth and community partners within the province in the areas of environmental and cultural enhancement.. Conservation Corps was incorporated in 1993 as a not-for-profit agency governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and in 1996 it received charitable organization status from Revenue Canada.. Since 1993 it has received significant funding  ...   CCNL to provide strong employment training as well as a stronger connection for young people to their communities, encouraging youth to be more active in the development and conservation of the local environment and cultural resources.. The basis of CCNL programs has been partnerships with community based organizations and focusing its efforts on reaching rural and remote communities.. CCNL have used direct employment programs, such as the Internship and Green Team Programs, and general public education and outreach initiatives to educate a wide audience on environmental issues.. Since 2002, with the addition of the Climate Change Education Centre (CCEC), thousands of young people in schools and youth organizations throughout Newfoundland and Labrador have been made aware of the local impacts of climate change and been encouraged, and supported, to take action to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in their daily lives..

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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: Climate Change Education.. Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador has a variety of programs that focus on environmental and cultural resources.. Learn about climate change and what you can do to help through the.. Climate Change Education Centre.. If you are a business owner and would like to make your business more environmentally friendly the.. Greener Futures Program.. can provide you with the tools that you need.. Check out our.. Well Aware Program.. for information on well maintenance and water conservation tips.. If you are youth looking for employment, check out our.. and..

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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: Upcoming Events.. News Archive.. Newsletters.. thegreenrock.. Contest.. News and Events.. May 17th, 2012 - Green Team Season Well Under Way!.. CCNL would like to congratulate the following groups on their success in obtaining partnership under the Green Team Program of CCNL!.. City of Mount Pearl “Waterford River Watershed Clean-up and Environmental Awareness Program – Phase II”.. Town of Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove “Living Snow Fences”.. Salmonid Association of Eastern Newfoundland Inc.. “Rennies River Salmon Reintroduction Project”.. Northeast Avalon ACAP “Wetlands Survey Monitoring”.. Bell Island Tourism “Bell Island Interpretation and Leadership”.. Conception Bay South Parks Commission “Green C.. B.. S.. ”.. Smallwood Crescent Community Centre “Creating a Greener Smallwood”.. Town of Arnold's Cove “Protecting our Bird Sanctuary”.. Peter Barry Duff Memorial Park Development Commission “Peter Barry Duff Memorial Park Development Projects “.. Town of Northern Arm “Walking Trail – Boardwalk”.. Indian Bay Ecosystem Corporation “Promoting Stewardship and Conservation Strategies in the Indian Bay Watershed”.. Town of Change Islands “Introducing the New Waste Management System In Change Islands”.. Town of Leading Tickles and MMSB “Leading Tickles’ Greener Future Green Team”.. Flat Bay Indian Band “Passing on Traditions Youth Mentorship Program”.. Dunfield Park Community Center “Green With Pride”.. Stephenville Lions Club “Blanche Brook Park Restoration”.. Town of Channel-Port aux Basques  ...   http://ccnl.. ca/what-s-available/.. for current job listings, and check back often: new postings being added as projects are finalized!.. Final project list to be posted soon!.. Check Out The Latest Edition Of Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador’s Newsletter!.. Inside the 2012 Winter issue of the Newsletter you will find:.. Who’s in Charge of Climate Change?.. Climate Change Funding for Youth Engagement.. Funding Available – Call for Proposals, Green Team Program 2012.. Green Santa.. Intern Profile.. Employment Opportunities – Regional Supervisors.. Read More.. Check out the latest GreenRock Video!.. This weeks video is all about food security.. Don't forget to check out the rest of the GreenRock videos.. here.. iPad 2 Giveaway!.. And we have a winner!! CCNL is happy to announce the winner of the iPad 2 is.. Mike Mouland from Bonavista! Congratulations Mike!.. Please see official rules.. Update 01/09/12: Funding Available! Proposal deadline February 29th, 2012!.. Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador is currently seeking proposals for funding through the Green Team Program! Community Partners are eligible to receive funding and assistance from the Conservation Corps associated with hiring youth to work on a proposed community project.. For more information, see here (.. doc.. ) or here (.. pdf.. ).. Update 12/05/11: Funding Available!.. For more information, see here(..

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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: Employment Opportunities.. Are you a youth between the ages 16 and 30 looking for a unique employment experience? Check back regularly for available employment opportunites!..

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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: Green Team 2010.. Green Team 2009.. Green Team 2008.. Green Team Training Camp.. Archived Photos.. Photo Gallery.. View Gallery..

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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador.. Suite 103, 10 Austin Street,.. John's, NL A1B 4C2.. Email:.. Name.. Email.. Questions/Comments..

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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: Interested In A Presentation On Climate Change?.. Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador is pleased to once again have the opportunity to offer.. free.. presentations on climate change to schools throughout Newfoundland and Labrador! The presentation,.. “Climate Change - A Local Focus on a Global Issue".. , is funded through Green Street Canada and is available until the end of the current (2010-2011) school year!.. The presentation, which is appropriate for all grade  ...   change and are offered predictions of local impacts.. Links are drawn between individual actions and global effects and students (and teachers!) are encouraged to make environmentally friendly choices in their day-to-day lives.. In addition to an in-class presentation, participating teachers will receive a Climate Change Club booklet and a resource CD filled with climate change lesson plans and activities.. Teachers may request a presentation by contacting Krista Perry at 729-7279 or email.. kperry@ccnl..

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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: Terry McNeil.. Darren Feltham.. Sarah Gill.. Danielle Little.. Krista Perry.. Mandy Strickland.. Megan Stuckless.. Terry was born and raised in Port-Aux-Basques.. His formal education is in the areas of Environmental Science and Engineering Technologies.. Terry has been working in the environmental sector in this province since 1992.. Darren demonstrates his commitment to environmental conservation and preservation and his love for the outdoors in both his work and personal life.. Born and raised near the shores of Bonavista Bay and with.. Conservation Corps is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Gill as Officer of Finance, Administration & Communications replacing Danielle Little while she is on maternity leave.. Sarah joined Conservation Corps on  ...   up playing on the beaches and hiking into the wilderness with her.. Krista Perry is from the Northern Peninsula, and earned her degree in Environmental Studies from Sir Wilfred Grenfell College in 2001.. Her work in the environmental field has taken her from Costa Rica.. Mandy Strickland is the Program Services Coordinator.. She is a graduate of Memorial University with a B.. Sc.. in Biology and Marine Institute with an Advanced Diploma in Food Safety.. Born and raised on.. Megan was born on Vancouver Island, BC where she lived until the age of 12 after which she relocated to Central, NL.. Growing up on both coasts has given Megan a true appreciation..

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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: Metro.. Labrador/Northern.. Western.. Avalon.. Central.. Meet the 2012 Regional Supervisors!..

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  • Title: Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
    Descriptive info: Interested in becoming a Board of Director for.. Please submit resume, along with a letter of interest outlining skill sets you would bring to the organization to:.. CCNL Board of Directors Selection Committee.. 10 Austin Street, Suite 103.. Fax: (709)729-7270.. tmcneil@ccnl.. Corina Crocker.. (Chair).. Manager of Home Assistance Program.. Newfoundland and Labrador Housing.. Kim Horwood.. (Vice-Chair).. Legal Counsel, Regional Claims.. Home-Auto Claims, Unifund.. Elizabeth Chaulk.. Associate Vice President, Learner Services.. College of the North Atlantic.. Gail Ryan.. President.. Gail Ryan Consulting.. Leigh Puddester.. CEO Chair.. Multi-Materials Stewardship Board.. Andrea Furlong.. Family Support Worker.. Waypoints.. Susan Pottle.. Sustainability Professional.. Independent..

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