One big farm family

One big farm family

Updated on February 09, 2016 - By Tina Comeau YARMOUTH, N.S. – The moral of this story is they all live happily ever after.

Economy benefiting from strong lobster season

Economy benefiting from strong lobster season

Updated on February 08, 2016 - By Carla Allen SHELBURNE, N.S. – Cape Sable Island boatbuilder Greg Symonds shares a well-known fact about the industry that drives the economic engine of...

Forestry

CN, Tree Canada celebrate planting more than 60,000 trees

Updated on November 09, 2015 - By Sackville Tribune Post staff    SACKVILLE, N.B. – With its partner Tree Canada, CN recently celebrated a successful project that saw 60,000 trees planted just outside of Sackville to restore a heavily-degraded area of the Acadian....

It’s open forest day

Updated on October 21, 2015 - TRURO, N.S. - You are invited to come to the woods this Saturday, Oct. 24 for scenic trails, information and enjoyment.

New labels promote local wood products

Updated on October 15, 2015 - By the Annapolis County SpectatorANNAPOLIS ROYAL, N.S. - Home Hardware stores in Annapolis Royal and Caledonia are supporting the...

Forestry

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Biologist knocks Species at Risk Act

Updated on February 04, 2016 - By Cory HurleyLABRADOR, NL - The Canadian Species at Risk Act is a bad tool for protecting marine fish, says a conservation biologist working in Newfoundland and Labrador..

What’s the hold up? 

Updated on January 27, 2016 - By Jonathan RileyDIGBY, N.S. – Clare-Digby MLA Gordon Wilson is frustrated that Cooke Aquaculture has not yet built a fish hatchery...

Fish stocks for sale

Updated on January 19, 2016 - As printed in The Telegram: With the respect to John Gillett’s recent letter (“Fishermen never wanted a big brother”), let me...

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Opinion

Living the dream  

Updated on September 14, 2015 - Ellen Crane wasn’t sure if what she had read was real. It all seemed very much like a dream - her dream..

Opinion

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