Monthly Archives: March 2018

Saturday, March 24, 2018: “Come celebrate the Municipality of Chester’s newest green space at Castle Rock”

“Castle Rock in East River is the Municipality of Chester’s newest public open space. Previously private property, it was sold to the Municipality along with another, smaller parcel so the public could enjoy the popular spot overlooking the Mahone Bay. … Continue reading

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Mon March 26, 2018: Biodiversity of Nova Scotia’s Barrens: Not so Barren After All

If you ever enjoyed a walk out at Peggys Cove, Taylor Head, Duncan’s Cove or the Skyline trail in Cape Breton Highlands national park, this talk is for you. As well as being iconic landscapes, barrens contribute an important and … Continue reading

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