Nature Nova Scotia (Federation of Nova Scotia Naturalists) exists to support the common interests of naturalists clubs, and to represent those clubs at the provincial level. Its primary activities include the conservation of species and spaces, education and the sustainable use of resources

2016 Conference & Annual General Meeting


Friday, May 27, to Sunday, May 29

This year our weekend get-together will be at the gorgeous KC Irving Environmental Science Centre at Acadia University in Wolfville, with rooms, meals, hiking, and nature just steps away.

Once again we are happy to combine interests and forces with the Young Naturalist Clubs for the weekend.

This is a social, learning, and outdoor experience event for naturalists. On Friday night, registration will be followed by a  wine and cheese reception. Saturday morning will feature the usual early-morning nature walks and breakfast, followed by informative and entertaining illustrated talks by two esteemed experts in their fields: Rob Raeside (Acadia U.) and Donna Crossland (Parks Canada). The afternoon will feature a choice of field trips. That evening we will participate in the Farmworks May Flavours Gala Dinner – a banquet of locally sourced farm products in a variety of dishes created by local chefs.

Forests of Nova Scotia

This is the story of Nova Forests, what they could and should be, and their real sad condition.

Forestry Advisory Committee

Nova Scotia creates advisory committee to focus on forestry

from Halifax Daily News 2 Sep 2015

Natural History Societies – Nova Scotia

The following naturalist clubs within Nova Scotia and a number of members-at-large form Nature Nova Scotia.

Other naturalist organizations are active in Truro, Pictou, East Hants, and Antigonish.

 

Nature Nova Scotia