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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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Healthy by Nature

October 24, 2018

By: Mira Williamson, Project Learning Tree Canada Location: BC Parks Featured: Gillian Spencer, Community Engagement Specialist, BC Parks Foundation Gillian’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. This summer, the BC Parks Foundation launched their…

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Ticked off

September 18, 2018

Mira Williamson Location: New Brunswick (various) Protective painter suits on, University of New Brunswick master’s student Douglas Munn and his wildlife technician Corey Robar scour the forest floors of New Brunswick for blacklegged ticks. Robar is finishing up his advanced diploma in fish and wildlife technology and diploma in forest…

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TLC for LTC’s Watershed

August 15, 2018

Mira Williamson Location: Trenton, ON Nestled near Prince Edward County, Trenton, ON is home to over 1,500 hectares of natural open space and 2,070 square kilometres of watershed regions managed by Lower Trent Conservation (LTC). One of 36 of Ontario’s Conservation Authorities, LTC is a community-based non-profit working to preserve…

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