Community Events

How Rivers and Forests Can Help Us in a Time of Climate Change

Date: Sunday, March 04,  2012, 6:30 pm

Location: Club Chasse et Pêche Haute-Aboujagane, 326 Aboujagane Rd., Haute-Aboujagane, between Sackville and Grand-Barachois.

Join us for a presentation by Roberta Clowater of Canadian Parks and Wilderness, NB Chapter, followed by informal discussion.  The presentation will discuss the role of forest and river conservation and wildlife corridors in helping to buffer our communities from the impacts of climate changes.

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The Cumberland County River Enhancement Association

in partnership with the River Hebert Development Association

and the River Hebert Garden Club Present:

 

A Workshop on Sustainable Woodlot Management

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

12 noon – 3 pm

at the River Hebert Public Library 2730 Barronsfield Road

River Hebert / Corner Hwy. 242 + Barronsfield next to Medical Centre

Facilitated by Matt Miller, Forestry Program Coordinator –

Ecology Action Centre and Board Member of the NS Woodlot Owners Assoc.

And featuring a short video screening of “Leaving a Legacy”

directed by David Sutherland, Association for Sustainable Forestry

Workshop is FREE

For more info. or to register call Su at 251-2959

Register ahead as space is limited

“This project was undertaken with the financial support

of the Government of Canada through the Federal Department of the Environment.  

  Ce projet a été réalisé avec l’appui financier du Gouvernement du Canada aggisant par l’entremise du ministère fédéral du l’Environnement”.

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