Tour a Traditional Wooden Schooner: The Blue Dream Project’s Mahayana will be available to climb on board and explore. This vessel was recently built (2015-2017) in the historic Bluenose Shed, a boat building shed that has been present on Lunenburg’s waterfront for generations. The schooner was made with traditional wooden boat building methods and will be open to the public to learn more about this important aspect of Nova Scotia’s history and culture.
Dory Rides: Partnering with the Canadian Dory Racing Association (CDRA), rides will be available on the waterfront with the assistance of CDRA’s expert coaches and members.
There are two positions available under our Watershed Projects (LaHave River & Petite) which includes water quality monitoring, fish habitat and riparian restoration. There is also one position available for our Morton Center Environmental Education Programs as a Program Supporter assisting with program development and implementation.
See below listings for position specifics
Watershed Projects Field Intern (2 positions available)
Environmental Education Program Supporter (1 position available)
All candidates are to fill out an application
on the Clean Foundation website
Application closes Midnight, May 24th.
All applications must have signed remarks from their guidance councilors accompanied in their application. The deadline for application is Friday, April 28, 2017. All applications must be received at the Coastal Action office, either via mail, email, or fax, by the end of the day (4:00 pm) Friday, April 28, 2017.
For more information, please visit our Dan MacPhail Memorial Web Page.
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