Monthly Archives: August 2010

Islands Group resets public meeting agenda/procedure!

This is a report by Carol Mahtab on the Public Meeting concerning aquaculture held at the Sandy Cove Fire Hall, Digby Neck, on August 26, 2010. There is a lesson to be learned here. The people attending the meeting were … Continue reading

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Protecting Bay of Fundy

This is an article from the Halifax, NS, Chronical-Herald written by Chris Miller and Rodrigo Menafra who are with the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society in Halifax.  They point out the need for better attention to coastal planning in Nova Scotia. … Continue reading

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Worrisome Water Series

TREPA was in the news today. Specifically, our subcommittee on water quality issues in the Carlton River watershed was mentioned in a front page article in the Vanguard of August 24, 2010. Randy and Jean Cleveland (Board Member) and the … Continue reading

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A fresh look at forestry practices

Forest and Forestry at Windhorse, Fall 2010 In October  and November, there will be a series of three programs exploring the 170 year history, philosophy, and methods of forest protection and commercial forestry at Windhorse Farm. The series may be … Continue reading

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Coastal Plain Flora Event

This Saturday, August 21st, there is an event related to the Coastal Plain Flora sponsored by the Mersey Tobeatic Research Institute. It is at the Carleton Fire Hall from 3-5 pm. As you know, TREPA helps protect endangered lakeside species … Continue reading

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