TO PROTECT, CONSERVE, IMPROVE AND RESTORE THE NATURAL
RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT OF THE GREATER NIPISSING AREA
The Greater Nipissing area is blessed with an abundance of
Crown land that provides an excellent opportunity for many outdoor recreational
activities. To encourage and foster an understanding and awareness of the
natural resources and environment and their value in enhancing our quality of
life, by organizing conferences, seminars, public meetings and
distribution of information circulars on issues relating to the
environment and its management and protection.
North Bay Regional Science Fair 2018
The 56th Annual North Bay Regional Science Fair (NBRSF) was a huge success for the more than 155 participants who took part in this year’s competition held at Nipissing University Sports Complex. More than 50 awards including scholarships, trophies, medals, plaques, certificates, and cheques were presented for the scientific initiatives of these brilliant students.
The highlight of the Awards ceremony was the designation of those who will represent the region at this year’s Canada-Wide Science Fair being held in Ottawa, ON. May 12 to 19. Three projects (five students) were selected for this exciting opportunity.
Ariel Saulnier and Kyra Ruggles, Parry Sound Public School, for their project “The Roots of Graywater” – recipients of the Greater Nipissing Stewardship Council Best Junior Project – Natural Resources & Environment Award.
Jacob Galema of Widdifield Secondary School for his project “Fantastic Bioplastic” – – recipient of the Greater Nipissing Stewardship Council Best Intermediate or Senior Project – Natural Resources & Environment Award. Jacob also won the Shulman Travel Award, the OPG Engineering Award and a gold medal in the Senior Engineering/Computer/Math Sciences category. Jacob is part of North Bay Science Fair team.
FOR MORE ABOUT THE FAIR…Read here.