- July 4 – 5
- Wolfville area
- Overnight camping at Smiley’s Provincial Park
- 10 seats
- We’ll do a hands-on activity learning about lobster anatomy and behaviour
- We’ll assist female Biologists from Acadia University’s Coastal Ecology Lab with their American eel conservation field work
- We’ll learn about marine pollution and how to live more sustainably
- We’ll tour the Acadia Wildlife Museum and practice our scientific illustration skills
- We’ll learn about lobster management and endangered American eel conservation in the Maritimes
- We’ll learn how to set up tents and camp
- We’ll hike and swim at Smiley’s Provincial Park
- We’ll learn about careers in marine biology and get to work alongside diverse women in science
To learn more about last year’s program, head to our 2019 Junior Marine Biologist program page.
Who Can Apply
Girls and gender minorities aged 9 – 12 who reside in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
How To Apply
Participants must be nominated by an adult that knows them well (parents included) by April 15th.