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Happy International Day of Forests!

March 21, 2019

Post-secondary education can be prohibitively expensive for many students. In celebration of International Day of Forests, we have compiled a list of Canadian scholarships, bursaries, and awards for students who care about forests and the environment.  If we want to continue celebrating our natural spaces, we need to encourage the…

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It’s not just a zoo in there

March 08, 2019

Location: Winnipeg, MB Employer: Assiniboine Park Zoo Featured: Katie Florko and Jade Tanner You would never imagine that just minutes from downtown Winnipeg lays the Assiniboine Park Zoo, stretching over 80 acres, and displaying almost 200 species year-round. This zoo isn’t just a popular tourist attraction, however. It’s managed by…

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PLT Canada’s Green Ride for Green Jobs

January 07, 2019

Project Learning Tree Canada is embarking on a cross-country adventure to celebrate and promote youth working in Green Jobs! At Project Learning Tree (PLT) Canada we are passionate about providing youth with meaningful work experiences in the forest and conservation sectors. By offering practical experiences, we can instill a lifelong…

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Growing seeds for future trees

December 31, 2018

Location: Tappen, BC Employer: Skimikin Seed Orchard Featured: Faith Manke Faith’s position was supported in part by PLT Canada’s Green Jobs in Green Spaces program, funded by the Government of Canada’s Youth Employment Strategy. Thompson Rivers University third-year Faith Manke spent her summer in 2018 working as a seed orchard labourer for the…

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Quacking Up

November 09, 2018

Location: Renous, NB Employer: University of New Brunswick Featured: Amber Frak and Rachel Moran Amber and Rachel’s positions were supported in part by PLT Canada’s Green Jobs in Green Spaces program, funded by the Government of Canada’s Youth Employment Strategy. University of New Brunswick Master of Science in Forestry candidate Kelly…

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