2019 Hawboldt Environmental Studies Bursary
Amount of Bursary
About the Award
Stephen Hawboldt was the Executive Director of the Clean Annapolis River Project for 20 years. Upon his retirement the Board of Directors set up this bursary to honour his work and commitment to environmental sustainability.
The recipient of this bursary will
Be a resident of the Annapolis River watershed* see attached map for watershed boundaries.
Be graduating from a high school (or equivalency) in the Annapolis River watershed in the year of award.
Be enrolled and attend post-secondary studies (e.g. College or University) related to environmental studies/science in September following high school graduation.
1. Submit a cover letter that includes the following information:
Name, current school, mailing address, phone number, prospective post-secondary program
2. Include a letter of reference from one of your teachers
3. Submit either:
an essay (typed, double spaced, 250-500 words)
composed song (2-4 minutes) or
composed video (2-4 minutes)
…based on one of the following topics:
What is a significant ecological issue in the Annapolis river watershed and what ideas do you have to address it?
What can the average citizen do to be a good steward of the environment?
April 26, 2019
Clean Annapolis River Project
PO Box 395, 314 St. George St., Annapolis Royal, NS
Successful applicants will be contacted by e-mail no later than May 1, 2019. The successful recipient will be invited to present their application submission (essay, song or video) at the CARP AGM, Tuesday June 18 at 6 PM.
Annapolis Watershed Boundaries (pale colour): *students residing on the north mountain/bay shore area adjacent to the outlined watershed are also eligible to apply.
Congratulations to our 2019 bursary recipients, Kerywn Currie (AWEC) and Marina McBride (DRHS)