What can I say? We cannot thank you enough for all the support you showed NiCHE in 2022. We reached our 2022 fundraising campaign goal of $8,000. In fact, we exceeded that goal! And our 2021 recurring contributors pitched in an additional $720.
Last year we launched our first fundraising campaign to support NiCHE and the response was overwhelming. We needed to raise funds to support:
- Paying a part-time social media and digital strategist
- Implementing paid honoraria for contributors
- Website hosting costs
Your contributions this year will help us continue this work in 2023. We are looking forward to continuing to publish outstanding new work in environmental history. We will showcase new work in the field of Canadian environmental history and the work of environmental historians working in Canada and other parts of the world.
We published more than ever before in 2022 and reached more readers, more listeners, and more viewers. And your support will help us to continue to bring this great work through our blog, podcast, newsletter, videos, social media channels, and our peer-reviewed paper series.
We appreciate your support and hope you’ll stay with us throughout 2023 as a reader/listener/viewer. And if you know other future Friends of NiCHE, they can always become a contributor all year around.
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- How the Interprovincial and Trans Mountain Pipelines Were Approved - April 8, 2022
- Nature’s Past Episode 74: Colonial Legacies of Wood Buffalo National Park - March 28, 2022
- Reindeer at the End of the World: Apocalypse, Climate, and Soviet Dreams - January 25, 2022
- Top 5 Posts of 2021 - January 6, 2022
- 2022 Melville-Nelles-Hoffmann Lecture in Environmental History: Bathsheba Demuth - January 3, 2022
- Thank You - December 20, 2021
- Nature’s Past Episode 73: New Books in Canadian Environmental History - November 15, 2021