Join us for a walk & talk around the Miner’s Marsh in Kentville with Reg Newell from the Department of Natural Resources! Mr. Newell is the Stewardship Coordinator for the Eastern Habitat Joint Venture (EHJV). A project that began in 2003 that ‘contribute(s) to the conservation and recovery of species at risk in Nova Scotia in order to prevent species from being extirpated due to human activities’.
This project ‘raise(s) awareness of species at risk, help build stewardship capacity within municipalities and communities, and explore municipal “tools” that might assist in the conservation and recovery of species at risk‘.
check out the link above to read more!
where: Miner’s Marsh, Kentville (entrance is behind the courthouse building, ample parking)
when: Saturday, June 22nd 10am to 11:30ish
what to bring: water, comfy shoes, snack
Did you know that ‘the Department of Natural Resources was created in September 1991 as a result of a merger between the Department of Mines and Energy and the Department of Lands and Forests’? learn more… about the DNR
See you there,