Grant Provides Chance for Kids to go to Roots and Boots Forest School

In 2018, the Roots and Boots Forest School received an Environmental Stewardship Grant from the Trust.  The founders of this Nova Scotia based not-for-profit, Sara Wolthers and Kellie Allen, used the grant funds to hire leaders to assist special needs children, so they too could enjoy a forest school experience.   Allen explains, “We facilitated 62…

Free Eco-Rally Event Tuesday, April 2 at 7 pm

Join former CBC journalist Jennifer Henderson for a conversation with author and activist Joan Baxter as they discuss Baxter’s brilliant award-winning book “The Mill – 50 Years of Pulp and Protest” about the history and destruction in Pictou from the pulp and paper industry. Free event. Everyone welcome. Pay-what-you-can admission. St. Margaret’s Centre, 2 Westwood…

Seeking New Board Members

The Trust is actively seeking new volunteer Board Members to join its existing team.  If you have an interest in helping us preserve, protect and educate the community about the wilderness areas of the Chebucto Peninsula, we would like to hear from you.  The commitment includes attending monthly Board Meetings and flexible project work assignments….