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Oyster Farming and Ocean Care

By: Eli Lusty In abundant times, oysters were a staple – not a delicacy. It is said that in young New York city, before the flourishing oyster beds were reduced …

The National Ocean Literacy Conversation

By: Kayla Hamelin A swell of support for ocean literacy in Canada over the past several years, including efforts led by CaNOE, contributed to the establishment of the Canadian Ocean …

Down Stream Without a Paddle

By: Tineasha Brenot Nestled in the heart of Central Ontario, Fleetwood Creek runs through a rolling landscape of eskers and kames. Deep, well-connected forests create a picturesque scene in every …

Year in Review!

Season’s Greetings! And so the time has come, full of holiday cheer, love, and family, we have reached the end of the year and the end of the decade! As …

My NMEA 2019 Experience

By: Patrick Wells This blog post will review my trip to the 2019 National Marine Educators Association Conference (NMEA). The conference was hosted by the Gulf of Maine Marine Educators …

Purging the Plastics at Piggott Bay Beach

By: Kelly FretwellReposted from the Mayne Island Conservancy Beachcombing has long been one of my favourite outdoor activities. Since I was a little kid I’ve enjoyed wandering along shorelines of …

Environmental Education: Now, more than ever

Reflections on the eve of our Recharge conferencet The below is an excerpt from Gareth Thomson’s original reflection on the Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication (EECOM) 2019 conference …