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New Program Coordinator

We are pleased to announce that we have filled the Program Coordinator position for the NCECS!



Chloe is a recent graduate of the University of Northern British Columbia. At UNBC, Chloe studied Environmental Studies and Political Science, while minoring in Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Management. She finished her degree with an internship at Ecotrust's North Coast Innovation Lab and by completing her undergraduate report on climate change impacts in developing countries. Chloe is passionate about conservation, eco-justice, and engaging with others about environmental topics. As someone born and raised in Terrace, Chloe spent countless hours exploring the area, capturing photos, and learning about the local environment. Throughout high school and university, Chloe worked in the Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Conservancy where her love for the Coast and its wildlife grew. She is excited to be a part of the North Coast Ecology Centre so she can educate and learn more with others about the beautiful North Coast.


Over the next few months, Chloe will be working on our website, creating social media content, and engaging with the community as we work towards opening the North Coast Ecology Centre. Chloe will be conducting projects, such as helping complete a public opinion survey, in order to gain insight from the community over the design and implementation of the centre and its educational programs. Chloe will also be doing research and gathering educational resources that can be accessed by the public to learn more about the North Coast and its ecology.

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ABOUT US 

The North Coast Ecology Centre Society aims to create a permanent education centre in Prince Rupert that highlights the region’s ecological richness.

Website photos by Megan Baker, Brandon Broderick, Caitlin Birdsall, Chloe Hahn.
 

North Coast Ecology Centre Society. 2103 Seal Cove Circle, Prince Rupert, BC. info@northcoastecologycentresociety.com