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Smoky Bear and me: We want to talk to YOU about wildfires, forest harvesting and Nova Scotia’s forest losses.

February 11, 2017 @ 2:00 pm

On Saturday, Feb. 11, at 2:00, at St. Lukes Hall, Annapolis Royal,  Donna Crossland will give a public presentation entitled “Smoky Bear and me: We want to talk to YOU about wildfires, forest harvesting and Nova Scotia’s forest losses.”  A long time Nova Scotia forestry researcher, during 2009-10, Ms. Crossland served on the NS Forest Panel of Expertise, and co-authored with Bob Bancroft:  Forests:  Restoring the Health of Nova Scotia’s Forests.  She will discuss the current state of Nova Scotia’s forests and forestry policies.

This is the first of three speakers in the annual free public speaker series, ‘An Afternoon with Friends’, presented by the Friends of the Annapolis Royal Library.

On March 11, same time and place, Ian Lawrence, a member of the Annapolis Royal Historical Society will discuss his study of “The Cronin Papers; a recently discovered window into the 1700 and 1800s in Lower Granville”.

On April 8, same time and place, Brenda Dunn, retired Parks Canada Historian and author of A History of Port Royal/Annapolis Royal, 1605 to 1800 will  speak about “Fort Anne at 100 Years:  An iconic place in the Historic Landscape of Canada.

For more information about ‘An Afternoon with Friends’ or the Friends of the Annapolis Royal Library check our website at  arlibraryfriends.org.

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Date:
February 11, 2017
Time:
2:00 pm

Venue

St. Luke’s Parish Hall
342 St. George Street
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia B0S 1A0 Canada
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Phone:
(902) 532-0913
Website:
http://www.parishofannapolis.com/