The Mi’kmaw Conservation Group, together with our funding partners, are pleased to offer hands on learning experiences to youth. These exciting roles blend field work with professional office experiences for unique summer jobs that help students gain valuable skills and knowledge. Summer 2015 will be another an action packed adventure as we embark on a field season with more projects in and around the Bay of Fundy Watershed with our largest group of students to date. Building on our success from the past three years, MCG is also pleased to offer leadership roles to some of our returning students. MCG is thrilled to be able to work with such a great group of young professionals.
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June 16, 2016
Presently there is a lot of activity in the Bay of Fundy, specifically the Minas Passage, concerning Tidal Energy and the use of tidal turbine technology to generate power. The site known as “FORCE” (Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy) is a testing site for local and international companies to test their turbine technology designs […]
March 2, 2016
MCG is excited to be partnering with Tim Horton Children’s Foundation to offer a 3 day, 2 night camp experience to Mi’kmaw Youth. Who can go to camp? We are looking for Youth ages 11 -13 to participate in a 3 day and 2 night Camp! We are also looking for chaperones who are over […]
June 19, 2015
MCG Staff have been operating a smolt wheel in the Stewiacke River since the beginning of May. The wheel gently guides fish into a live well where they can be measured and weighed. Once the technicians have recorded the data, the fish are released to continue on their journey. The Truro Daily News joined us […]