Monday, November 12, 2012
A new program, a new website.
In November 2012 a new program was launched in the world of ham radio:
WWFF - WorldWide Flora and Fauna.
The program builds on strong flora and fauna ham radio programs in several countries all over
the planet. The countries that participate can be found here.
VEFF encourages all amateur radio activity from national parks, provincial parks, marine parks,
landscapes and protected areas (including UNESCO and RAMSAR sites) within Canada, not
only for the "activator" but for the "hunter" as well. This is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast,
hikers, backpackers, SOTA activators, and all those who enjoy operating a portable station
from a scenic location away from home. Join the fun and become an active participant in the
The VEFF website is under construction and will continue to grow over the coming months.
National Co-ordinator for VEFF - Dave Raycroft, VA3RJ
Award Manager - Dave Raycroft, VA3RJ
Provincial / Territorial Representatives:
Alberta - vacant
British Columbia - vacant
Manitoba - vacant
New Brunswick - vacant
Newfoundland and Labrador - vacant
Northwest Territories - vacant
Nova Scotia - vacant
Nunavut - vacant
Ontario - Dave Raycroft, VA3RJ
Prince Edward Island - vacant
Québec - Pierre Jolin, VE2GT (Email: pierre_jolin[a.t]hotmail.com)
Saskatchewan - vacant
Yukon - vacant
Note: The Provincial / Territorial Representatives will manage their own area, suggest
new VEFF references in their area and discuss all issues with the National Co-Ordinator,
to arrive at a viable solution agreed upon by all Provincial Representatives and the
National Co-Ordinator. These actions must be taken prior to any, or all, changes that
would effect VEFF and WWFF as a whole.