Have you heard? The District Education Council (DEC) has launched a Sustainability Study for Sackville schools. Here's how you can participate: Sackville Schools 2020 invites you to attend a community reception, including a light dinner, held on Tuesday, October 16th at TRHS beginning at 6:00pm. This event is free, open to the public, and childcare … Continue reading The District Education Council (DEC) has launched a Sustainability Study for Sackville schools!
Congratulations to the Marshview Middle School Mighty Earth Warriors Environment Club for being selected as Sackville's Youth Citizens of the Year. This week the Annual Fall Fair in Sackville recognized the group's work on environmental issues in the community through their action on recycling and waste management. RCE Tantramar has been pleased to work with … Continue reading Congratulations to the Marshview Middle School Mighty Earth Warriors Environment Club
Have you heard of the Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program? It is a network of Canadian municipal governments that have committed to reducing greenhouse gases (GHG) and to acting on climate change. Since the beginning of the program in 1994, over 350 municipalities have joined PCP, making a public commitment to reduce GHG emissions. … Continue reading Partners for Climate Protection
Looking for activities for your children to be involved in this summer in the Sackville area, that are educational, fun, and have a focus on the environment? Look no further! Wild Wonder Forest School just recently announced their summer program will be running on Tuesdays & Thursdays for 5 weeks in July, and through the … Continue reading Local Forest School Announces Summer Program
Inside the Ivory Tower – Sharing Our Research in a Lunch & Learn Date: April 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Venue: Town Hall Council Chambers 31C Main Street, Sackville, NB + Google Map Inside the Ivory Tower – Sharing Our Research in a Lunch & Learn is taking place on Wednesday, April 25th. This … Continue reading Inside the Ivory Tower – Sharing Our Research in a Lunch & Learn
That is a the title of an article that appeared in The Globe and Mail's April 2, 2018 issue. Written by Matthew McClearn, the article talks about how for centuries, earthen berms have protected the Tantramar floodplain from the sea – and if rising tides overwhelm them, our local communities will be under water and … Continue reading Will Sackville’s dikes finally fall? Rising seas could ruin land Acadians turned from marshes to farms