Land and Sea Network
Citizen scientists come out each year to track birds and contribute to overall global knowledge.
The youngest is 62, the oldest is over 80, and they’ve collectively put Nfld square dancing back on the map.
Two guys with two kayaks who’ve made it their mission to clean up ponds and beaches on Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula.
The man who went from broadcasting to butchering. Bill Gregory came home to the family farm.
Why the arrival of refugees is changing small rural communities for the better.
Ice fishing is a great social event - a way to get outside and enjoy the season. But with dwindling stocks and our climate warming, some worry this traditional pastime could be on thin ice.
Breathing new life into old buildings. They may serve a much different purpose but they still connect people in our communities.
In the first of a two-part special, we meet local farmers and producers working on the frontlines of food security in Nova Scotia - to find out how the pandemic affected them, and what that means for
In part two of our series on Food Security, we meet some of the entrepreneurs and industry leaders working to re-localize Nova Scotia’s food system.
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