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The “Missing Wetlands”

The “Missing Wetlands” illustrate the limitations of relying on desktop studies alone to predict effects of development on Sandy Lake water quality. These days we rely heavily on the digital world to guide our actions. With ever-improving  satellite imagery, geographic … Continue reading

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White Perch caught in Sandy Lake

I am familiar with Yellow Perch from fishing days as a kid, but not white perch (Morone americana). A few days ago I received an e-mail with this pic showing a White Perch caught in Sandy Lake in June 2020, … Continue reading

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The Marsh Lake Dyke

I had viewed Marsh Lake from south of the lake  in 2017, but it wasn’t until Oct 9, 2019 that I walked some of the northern shore. I did so with a friend, Bob K.,  from the NS Wild Flora … Continue reading

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Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019: Public engagement on the Bedford-Sackville Greenway Corridor

From HRM: Join us in the first round of public engagement to let us know about your experience using the Bedford-Sackville Greenway Corridor! Information on facility usage, user experience and priorities will be collected to aid in the development of … Continue reading

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Question called, and Motion passes!! The Halifax Green Network Plan has been passed at Council!!!

So reads a final Tweet from this morning from Our HRM Alliance. View Council eagerly approves Halifax Green Network Plan by Yvette D’Entremont in the StarMetro Halifax (Aug 14, 218) for more details and comments by Walter Regan of the … Continue reading

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