|The Network is composed of Member Organisations and Associates.
NLEN Member Organisations:
|ACAP Humber Arm (Atlantic Coastal Action Program)
Sheldon Peddle, Executive Director
P.O. Box 564
Corner Brook, NL, A2H 6E6
Phone: (709) 637 2883
|Community based coastal management and environmental education.
|Burgeo Regional Action Group
June Hiscock, Ad Hoc Chair
c/o P.O. Box 283
Burgeo, NL, A0N 2H0
Phone: (709) 886 2069
Fax: (709) c/o 886 2166
|Canadian Boreal Initiative
P.O. PO Box 1332, Station C,
Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL A0P 1C0
Phone: (709) 896-2510
|The Canadian Boreal Initiative brings together diverse partners to create new solutions for Boreal Forest conservation and works as a catalyst supporting on-the-ground efforts across the Boreal by governments, industry, First Nations, conservation groups, major retailers, financial institutions and scientists.
|Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – NL
P.O. Box 1027 Stn. C,
St. John’s, NL, A1C 5M3
Phone:(709) 726 5800
|At CPAWS NL our mission is to promote the systematic establishment of new terrestrial and marine protected areas and to foster effective management of existing protected areas in Newfoundland and Labrador.
|Central Labrador Environmental Action Network
Roberta Frampton Benefiel
PO Box 1022, Stn.C,
St. John’s, NL, A0P 1C0
|Our mandate is to foster and promote healthy, sustainable aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems through stewardship, education and research in partnership with various stakeholders in the Upper Lake Melville region of Labrador.
|Centre for Long Term Environmental Action NL
34 Rennie’s Mill Rd.,
St. John’s, NL A1C 3P8
Phone: (709) 722-8159
|CLEANfld’s mandate is to provide research, education, technical or professional expertise, advocacy, intervention and fundraising services for individuals or communities who need assistance in matters of environmental concern.
|Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides – NL
Diana Baird, Secretary
|To advocate for a ban on the sale and use of cosmetic pesticides in Newfoundland and Labrador.
|Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
Terry McNeil, Executive Director
10 Austin St., Suite 103
St. John’s, NL, A1B 4C2
Phone: (709) 729 7265
Fax: (709) 729 7270
|The CCNL is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing youth with training and employment in environmental and cultural heritage conservation.
|Council of Canadians (St. John’s Chapter)
700-170 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, ON, K1P 5V5
Phone: (613) 233 2773
|The Council of Canadians is concerned with issues around Canadian sovereignty and democracy. Major campaigns include deep integration with the U.S., health care, trade, water, energy, food and peace.
|Ducks Unlimited Canada
Danielle Fequet, Conservation Programs Specialist – NL
c/o CBPP Woodlands Department
P.O. Box 2001 Corner Brook, NL A2H 6J4
Phone: (709) 637-3131
Fax: (709) 637-3469
|Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America’s waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people.
|Environmental Education Commission
P.O. Box 2265
St. John’s, NL, A1C 6E6
Phone: (709) 437 5097
|A non-profit voluntary trust responsible for the management and operation of The Environmental Education Centre (Also known as The Brother Brennan Centre) located in Deer Park, 75 km west of St. John’s, Newfoundland.
|Food Education Action St. John’s (FEASt)
204 Water St.
St. John’s, NL, A1C 1A9
|FEASt is a working collective/network of individuals and organizations taking action on local, sustainable food issues. We work on linking up the different food-related projects in the region, educating the public and advocating/acting on issues as needed.
|Food Security Network-NL
P.O. Box 21241 (204 Water St.)
St. John’s, NL, Canada A1C 1A9
Phone: (709) 237-4026
Fax: (709) 237-4231
|Works to actively promote comprehensive, community-based solutions to ensure access to adequate and healthy food for all.
|Friends of Cape St. Mary’s Inc
PO Box 241, Station C
St. John’s NL A1C 5J2
Phone: (709) 576-7523
|Promotion of protection, preservation and education of Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve.
|Friends of Pippy Park
Room 212, Mt. Scio House, 15 Mt. Scio Road,
PO Box 8861, St. John’s, NL, A1B 4E8
|Friends of Pippy Park was established in 1984 to support Pippy Park, to enrich the visitor experience, raise money and sponsor projects; and to promote appreciation, understanding and stewardship of the ecology and culture of Pippy Park.
|Grand Riverkeeper Labrador, Inc.
Roberta Frampton Benefiel
P.O. Box 569, Stn B
Happy Valley, Labrador, A0P 1EQ
Phone: (709) 896 4164
Fax: (709) 896 4164
|The purpose of the corporation is to preserve and protect the water quality and the ecological integrity of the Grand (Churchill) River and its estuaries for present and future users and for posterity through actions of public awareness, monitoring, intervention and habitat restoration.
|Kelligrews Ecological Enhancement Program (KEEP)
Karen Morris, Chair
P.O. Box 17173
Kelligrews, CBS, NL, A1X 3H1
Phone: (709) 834 4155
|To conserve, preserve, reclaim and enhance the surrounding waters, environment and flora and fauna of Farrell’s Grove, the Kelligrews and Lower Gully rivers, ponds, wetlands, forests, beaches and other areas.
|Mercy Centre for Ecology and Justice
Sister Mary Tee, Coordinator
220 Waterford Bridge Rd.
St. John’s, NL, A1E 1E2
Phone: (709) 722 0082
|The committee has as its mandate “To hold in trust the sacredness of all creation” and to work in solidarity with others for the restoration of peace and justice in our world and in all creation.
|MUN Botanical Garden
MUN Botanical Garden, Memorial University
St. John’s, NL, A1C 5S7
Phone: (709) 737 8590
Fax: (709) 737 8596
|The Memorial University of Newfoundland Botanical Garden maintains cultivated gardens and natural habitats for public display and is a centre for botanical, horticultural and environmental research and education.
|MUN Project Green
c/o MUN Student’s Union, MUN
St. John’s, NL, A1C 5S7
|Project Green is a student run organization dedicated to creating a greener campus and community. The issues Project Green primarily deals with are the commodification of water, climate change and waste reduction.
|Nature Newfoundland and Labrador
P.O. Box 1013
St. John’s, NL, A1C 5M3
Phone: (709) 864-8771
|Promote appreciation and conservation of the natural environment of NL through public meetings, The Osprey journal, and commenting on various environmental issues.
49-55 Elizabeth Ave., Suite 208
PO Box 11
St. John’s, NL, A1A 1W8
Phone: (709) 753 5540
Fax: (709) 753 5561
|The Nature Conservancy of Canada is a private, non-profit organization working for the direct protection of Canada’s biodiversity through the purchase, donation or placing of conservation easements on ecologically significant lands.
|Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Educators (NLEE)
Margaret McKeon, Workshop Committee
c/o Margaret McKeon, Western School District
Box 368, 10 Wellington St.
Corner Brook, NL, A2H 6G9
|Formed to create a local network of environmental educators (formal & non-formal) in Newfoundland and Labrador. Working to share resources and build capacity for our members.
|Northeast Avalon Atlantic Coastal Action Program
P.O. Box 1027, Station C
St. John’, NL. A1C 5M3
Phone: (709) 726 9673
|Northeast Avalon ACAP is a citizens organization that works with all sectors of the community, including all three levels of government, to protect and enhance the aquatic environmental quality of the watersheds and coastline within the ACAP project area.
|Oxfam Canada (St. John’s)
Bill Hynd, Campaigns Coordinator
Box 5125, Stn. C
St John’s, NL, A1C 5V5
Phone: (709) 753 2202
Fax: (709) 753 4110
|Oxfam Canada works with people to secure their basic human rights, combining support for long-term development and humanitarian responses with research, advocacy and campaigning against the root causes of poverty and injustice.
|Protected Areas Association of NL
|The PAA takes action to:Create new wilderness protected areas;Protect our province’s endangered species and spaces;Promote sustainable natural resource development.
|Partridge Forever Society
Paul Smith, President
P.O. Box 89
Bay Roberts, NL, AOA 1GO
Phone: (709) 786 9093
Fax: (709) 786 9096
|Dedicated to preserving the habitat for partridge ant other wild game species in the province.
|Quidi Vidi Rennie’s River Development Foundation
Jamie Warren - Executive Director
Box 5, Nagle’s Place
St. John’s, NL, A1B 2Z2
Phone: (709) 754 3474
Fax: (709) 754 5947
|The Quidi Vidi/Rennie’s River Development Foundation (QVRRDF) promotes responsible stewardship through education, raises awareness of the nature of freshwater systems, provides leadership in urban watershed management and operates The Fluvarium as a public centre for environmental education.
|Salmon and Trout Restoration Association of Conception Bay Central
Arch Pitcher, President
c/o P.O. Box 29122.
St. John’s NL, A1A 5B5
|Our mission is to strive to protect, preserve, and enhance Atlantic Salmon, Trout and Habitat in the Conception Bay Central area. Through education, scientific study, public awareness campaigns, lobbying governments, and businesses, we will ensure that this resource will be enjoyed by future generations.
|Sierra Club of Canada – Atlantic Canada Chapter
|Sierra Club Atlantic is a vibrant grassroots organization that empowers people to protect, restore, and enjoy a healthy safe planet. We are your chapter of Canada’s only national grassroots environmental organization, working to bring your community’s concerns to the attention of regional and national leaders.
|Torbay Environment and Trails Committee
Helen Spencer, Chair
P.O. Box 1160
Torbay, NL, A1K 1K4
Phone: (709) 437 5097
Fax: (709) 437 1309
|Acts in an advisory role to Torbay town council on issues affecting the biophysical environment and supports the development and maintenance of the trail system in Torbay.
|Western Environment Centre
86 West Street,
Corner Brook, NL, A2H 2Z3
Phone: (709) 639-0937
|The Western Environment Centre (WEC) is a charitable non-profit, non-governmental Environmental education organization.
|Whale Release and Stranding
244 Tolt Rd.
Portugal Cove – St. Philips, NL, A1M 1R2
Phone: (709) 895 3003
|The Whale Release and Stranding Group provides a seven day a week 24 hour a day emergency response to Newfoundland and Labrador fishermen in releasing trapped and rescuing stranded whales and sea turtles. The group also provides technical expertise for fishermen to release trapped whales and sea turtles on their own.
|World Wildlife Fund – NL
Suite 305, TD Place, 140 Water St.
St. John’s, NL, A1C 6H6
|WWF works to conserve species at risk, protect threatened habitats and address global threats. In Newfoundland and Labrador, WWF-Canada is working towards a transition to sustainable seafood, smart oceans management, and sustainable ocean economies.
|Youth for Environmental Awareness
P.O. Box 584
Baie Verte, NL, A0K 1B0
|Youth for Environmental Awareness (YEA!) is dedicated to promoting attitudes and behaviours among young people that protect our environmental heritage. YEA! believes that small acts incorporated into our daily lives can collectively make a difference in the maintenance of healthy ecosystems.
|MI Ocean Net
School of Fisheries – Marine Institute of Memorial University Room C1214-C
P.O. Box 4920
St. John’s, NL, A1C 5R3
Phone: (709) 778 0328
Fax: (709) 778 0535
|MI Ocean Net’s mandate is to promote, encourage, protect and conserve the sustainability of our ocean and to initiate, guide and support the engagement of youth and community volunteers in all aspects of the ocean environment – sustainability, innovation and leadership. MI Ocean Net has designed a variety of renowned programs which engage and motivate participants to turn the challenges they face into opportunities, to reject the idea that opportunities are scarce in NL, and to feel connected to the educational and professional resources available to them. From as young as age 6 during the Friends of Beaches summer cleanups, to age 13 when they first take part in the Youth and the Oceans Conference series, up until enrolement and graduation from the Marine Institute, MI Ocean Net has created a holistic process which cultivates youth engagement, provides educational and experiential support, and at all times maintains a vision of ocean sustainability.
|Memorial University Advisory Council on Sustainability
c/o Sustainability Coordinator, Department of Facilities Management, Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John’s, NL, A1C 5S7
Phone: (709) 737 2637
|Formed in April 2007, the ACS acts as a link between the university community and the sustainability coordinator. The Committee provides advice and recommendations to the coordinator, and helps determine priorities and implement sustainability initiatives for Memorial University.
|Model Forest of Newfoundland and Labrador
Glenda Garnier, Office Manager
P.O. Box 68
Corner Brook, NL, A2H 6C3
Phone: (709) 637 7300
Fax: (709) 634 0255
|Model Forest of Newfoundland & Labrador (MFNL) is not-for-profit partnership of communities, industries, organizations and governments working together to help build our province’s forest-based communities. As an organization, we build the capacity of our partners to think strategically about a common vision for forest management and utilization. We build and transfer the systems, tools, and knowledge required to fulfill the tasks necessary to meet their strategic goals and assist in the implementation phase by designing prototypes and models that demonstrate the applicability of specific approaches.
|Newfoundland and Labrador Women’s Institutes
Maxine Dawe, Environmental Committee Chair
P.O. Box 1854
St. John’s, NL, A1C 5PQ
Phone: (709) 753 8780
Fax: (709) 753 8780
|An informal educational organization of women that focuses on personal, family and community development. Partners in Provincial Environmental Awards Program, Tidy Towns and many other projects provincially, nationally and internationally.
|Stewardship Association of Municipalities Inc.
P.O. Box 65
Spaniard’s Bay, NL
Phone: (709) 786-9829
Fax: (709) 786-7273
The Stewardship Association of Municipalities Inc. (SAM) generally exists to work in partnership with the partners of the Eastern Habitat Joint Venture in Newfoundland and Labrador to secure, enhance and restore important wildlife habitat, namely wetlands, uplands, coastal areas and species at risk habitat generally found within municipal planning boundaries. As a network of communities who practice environmental stewardship across Newfoundland and Labrador, SAM contributes to maintaining and enhancing biodiversity in the Province. Membership in the Corporation is open to all municipalities, who enter into formal agreement with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador under the Municipal Stewardship Program.
|the greenRock – habits for your habitat
24 Conway Crescent
St. John’s, NL
Phone: (709) 754-6033
|The purpose of www.thegreenRock.ca is to close that gap by telling stories of great green goodness going on here, and making practical knowledge accessible and appealing to viewers.