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News and Events

 

 

Green Team's Growing Through the Ages Program

 

Featured in the Gander Beacon

 

 

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Carmanville Recognized For Conservation Efforts

 


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Winter Family Fun Day 2015

 

The CHC would like to thank everyone who came out to support their Family Fun Day.  Snow conditions were excellent and a fun time was had by all of the participants.  Winners of the three $10 prizes are as follows:
 
 
Heaviest Trout: Alana Bursey                                Most Trout (4): Anthony Bursey
 

Honorable Mention: Lily Bursey                          Participation: Mrs. Gaye White
 

Winter Wonderland Cake
 
 

 

Trail Notice
 
The Carmanville Habitat Committee would like to remind residents that snowmobiles are not permitted on the walking trails. Snowmobiles may access the pond via the trail on the right hand side of the Interpretation Centre.

The trails are excellent for snowshoeing and cross country skiing and we encourage our residents to make good use of the trails when good snow conditions exist.


 

 

Greenwing Award
 
 

Carmanville Resident wins prestigious Award.

George Brinson a lifelong resident of Carmanville has been recognized by Ducks Unlimited for his outstanding contribution to the preservation of bird life in our area. Mr. Brinson was nominated by the Town of Carmanville and the Habitat Committee for the 2011 Lieutenant-Governor’s Greenwing Legacy Award. The Award was supposed to be presented to Mr. Brinson by Lieutenant-Governor John Crosbie last spring but Mr. Brinson was unable to attend.

On Wednesday, November 23rd, representatives from Ducks Unlimited and the Provincial Wildlife Division came to Carmanville to make the official presentation. Mr. Brinson has been banding birds in the Carmanville area for 30 years and is considered to be an authority on bird life on the North East Coast.

The Town of Carmanville hosted a reception to honor Mr. Brinson for his contribution to the protection of the habitat in our area.