Register Now: Download this form, complete it and email to email@example.com to register. Location: NBCC, Moncton Campus Dates: May 14-15, 2019 Event : 2 day Ecological Restoration Workshop Save the date for this 2 day workshop and look for details and registration to be announced soon on atlanticclra.ca! Registration will be limited.
The abstract deadline has been extended until the 16th and they are in need of more submissions in general, but specifically in the areas of current ecological studies (e.g., mudflats, wetlands, shorebirds), environmental monitoring of plastics/chemical contaminants, studies supported by Canada’s new Ocean Protection Plan (e.g. oil spill research), and marine protected areas (MPAs). If you
Remember this story from the ARC2015 (2015 Atlantic Reclamation Conference and field tour) in Fredericton, New Brunswick?- and now you know “The rest of the story”. There are many projects in our working lives that we hear about as being at a critical stage of a decision, but then we never find out the final
Hosted by Stantec Consulting, in partnership with Nova Scotia Lands Inc., this workshop will cover the following topics: Roles and Responsibilies: Dam Owners and the Canadian Dam Association Dam Fundamentals: What is a dam, what types of dams are there? Dam Safety Principles: Dam Safety Management, Operation, Maintenance and Surveillance, Emergency Preparedness, Dam Safety Reviews and
In recent months many people, who are Certified Sizers and Installers of Nova Scotia Watercourse Alteration, have asked to be certified in New Brunswick as well. There are significant differences in the legislation and policies between the two provinces that make having a fully transferable reciprocity process impossible. To ensure knowledge of subject matter and to
The Maritime College of Forest Technology’s, Department of Continuing Education is pleased to offer Watercourse Alteration Certification training with Kyle Werner as instructor. The course dates are November 27th– December 1st, 2017. The course will be held in room 230 of the Maritime College of Forest Technology, Fredericton, NB. Specific course details, including an instructor
Date: September 13th Time: 7:00 to 8:30 pm Location: Dineen Auditorium (C-13), 15 Dineen Drive, UNB Campus Speaker: Senator Professor Rosa Galvez, Ph.D., P.Eng. Fees (at the door): Free for students, $5 for CSCE members, $10 for non-members RSVP at: https://goo.gl/jp3jZ9 Desserts, coffee and tea will be provided with the presentation beginning at 7:30 pm. The
SCG Industries is hosting a free workshop on June 15 at the Halifax Marriot on the Halifax waterfront. The workshop is free but registration is limited. EnviroWorkshops are the conference organizers and there is exhibitor space available for those companies that may be interested. Check it out at the link below:
Congratulations to Diane Praught, part of the Dartmouth-based CarbonCure Technologies team and a member of our Board of Directors, on CarbonCure’s USGBC-Illinois Emerald Award for Green Building Innovation!
Due to public demand, the Maritime College of Forest Technology (MCFT) is pleased to announce our next offering of the New Brunswick Watercourse Alteration Certification Workshop with Kyle Werner as Instructor. It will be delivered in Room 228 of Blenis Hall on the Fredericton Campus of MCFT from May 1st to 5th, 2017. If you