The PWA realizes that it is our responsibility to effectively communicate our science with the community, and we are constantly working to accomplish this through traditional and innovative means using both an online and offline presence in our education efforts.
We use our EcoCurious vlog on Youtube to broadcast our projects by using our GoPro camera in the field to record our projects in action!
We use our @PetitcodiacWA twitter handle, and PWA facebook page to frequently update our followers on our current events, as well as create a more traditional a fall and spring newsletter, “The Current“, which we mail out to our members, as well as make available on this website. If you know of any other means of social media which would benefit our organization, please contact us about it.
We have our “What is in the Water?” educational programs we offer including water quality monitoring in the Irishtown Nature Park, as well as delivering Ducks Unlimited Canada’s Project Webfoot fieldtrips in the area.
We have begun the PWA Roadshow which allows us to take our science directly to different groups. Our presentations are adapted to any level of understanding, so If you would like the staff of the PWA to attend your classroom or meeting, please contact us.
All reports of our reports are available on this website with a bilingual executive summary uder our Publications tab.
We will soon be updating the website to include our powerpoints for the presentations we have given over the course of the year as well.