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ST. MARGARET’S BAY BOTANY SATURDAY , June 8th

This is a field trip being held by the Halifax Field Naturalists Join the NS Wild Flora Society’s President Charles Cron to explore the botany along a hiking trail in the St. Margaret’s Bay Area. We’ll begin with a first … Continue reading

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Announcing Eagle Hill Institute’s seminars on vascular plants

Eagle Hill is right on the coast of Eastern Maine, between Acadia National Park and Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge. Jun 16 – 22 … Medicinal Plants: Historical and Contemporary Uses … Steven Foster Jun 16 – 22 … Sedges … Continue reading

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Mon Feb 26, 2018: Hunting for the Disjunct Populations of Flora in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is particularly blessed with many small and unique communities of plants. Most of them are relics of different times in our natural history since glaciation. Many are unknown anywhere else in Canada. These small and isolated populations sometimes … Continue reading

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Monday Jan 22, 2018: Members’ slide night

January 22nd marks the first meeting in 2018 with members’ slide night. Members will receive an e-mail about how to proceed if you to participate as a presenter. Slide night is always a fun evening as we learn about members’ … Continue reading

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Canada Rock Rose topic of BNS meeting in Wolfville, Oct 16, 2017

From the Blomidon Naturalists Society: The Blomidon Naturalists Society will hold its regular October meeting on Monday, October 16 at 7:30 PM in Room BAC241 of the Beveridge Arts Centre, Acadia University, Wolfville. The Blomidon Naturalists Society will be joining … Continue reading

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