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Save Sandy Lake

Undeveloped Shorelines and Rare Old Forests in Bedford NS Threatened by Rushed Housing Order The Sandy Lake-Sackville River Regional Park is a conceptual protected area nestled inside urban Bedford that supports several significant freshwater bodies and rare old forest ecosystems. This rare wild refuge inside Atlantic Canada’s largest city spans much of northern Bedford between the …

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Protecting Nova Scotia’s Wetlands

Don’t “drain the swamp!” A Look Back at World Wetlands Day, February 2nd, 2023 Young Naturalists Club members conducting a transect survey in a raised bog in Kespukwitk/Southwest Nova Scotia Wetlands provide important ecological, social, and economic functions that are beneficial to Nova Scotians. They minimize erosion and sedimentation of watercourses, provide a buffer against …

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