COMMUNITY ADVENTRUE PROGRAM
Annual program since its inception in 2017, NNEEC is providing opportunities for employment, and educating young leaders, while providing an active, educational and fun day program that includes activities such as swimming, canoeing, arts & crafts, sports and games for children ages six to fourteen. The program is a pilot project in developing new economic and employment opportunities within a rural community.
CLIMATE CHANGE: ARE WE READY?
Took place at the Centre on September 27 and 28, 2019. Sector experts gathered from: infrastructure, water supply, economic security, human health, energy and biodiversity and Ecosystems
LAKE BERNARD: PHRAG FIGHTERS!
Led by a community volunteer. The Phrag fighters are made up of a large group of volunteers that have been working tirelessly on lake Bernard to combat phragmites.
CLIMATE CHANGE FOREST STUDY
NNEEC is participating in a global study on the impact of climate change on forests
The Community Learning Garden educates, inspires and connects with a focus on producing food and herbs with environmentally sustainable, accessible means. We help grow regional awareness of the importance and benefits of locally, sustainably produced food. We encourage people to regionally source and grow their own food and teach about how-to's and the benefits, including health, economic and environmental. NNEEC's kitchen and conference facility offer ties with regional culinary field in this project.
GRAND OPENING - SEPT 30, 2017
NNEEC celebrated the opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony with many of the local leaders, and Federal Minister Carolyn Bennett. An Expo and Gala Dinner were also featured.
2017 INAUGURAL SYMPOSIUM
NNEEC's first Northern Innovation Symposium explored the three NNEEC Pillars: Environmental Sustainability, Economic Security and Social Diversity.
NNEEC ATTENDANCE AT DOKIS POW-WOW 2017
NNEEC’s delegation included President Jocelyn Palm, Vice-President Jim Schmidt and members of the Almaguin community.