The Community Outreach Team held a two day event at Oaklawn Farm Zoo in Aylesford, Nova Scotia. The event was to celebrate the successful hatching of approximately 50 Blandings Turtles, an endangered species in the province. The turtle eggs were taken from Kejimkujik National Park and Historic Site and incubated at Oaklawn Farm Zoo. These […]
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The Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve preserves the cultural integrity and heritage in the region. The most significant of these cultural heritage resources is the history of the First Nations (Mi’kmaq) land stewardship. The rich cultural heritage of the region also includes the founding settlements of the first French and early British colonies in the New […]
Southwest group gets $285,000 from Ottawa for projects balancing conservation, development.
This article, one of a series, published on the blog, “Nova Scotia Island Journal”, on March 3, 2009, recounts the experiences of Anne Yarbrough and Greg Brown while living on McNutt’s Island. This island is on the edge of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Read blog post: Nova Scotia’s Island Journal, Life of McNutt’s Island