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Information from the Department of Natural Resources regarding hunting in Nova Scotia.
This guide created by the Think Farm program provides guidance regarding building different kinds of fencing, which could be of assistance when for building fencing to keep out nuisance wildlife.
A definitive guide to Riparian Zones.
Healthy lakes and wetlands for tomorrow: a landowner stewardship guide for species at risk in Nova Scotia.
Description and photos to identify noxious weeds in Nova Scotia and methods to control them.
From Alberta; there may be some regional difference, this guide is good for landowners outside of Alberta.
Since 1895, the Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture has represented the interests of Nova Scotia’s agricultural community.
This Agri-Stewardship Project engages members of the agricultural community across the Annapolis Valley watershed to work in collaboration with Clean Annapolis River Program (CARP) to address issues with run-off from their properties.
The Clean Annapolis River Project (CARP) is a charitable, community-based, non-governmental organization incorporated in 1990.
Resource for temperatures in Atlantic Canada.
The Environmental Farm Plan is a program that assists farmers in identifying methods of reducing negative environmental impacts as a result of farming activity.
This field guide helps landowners and farmer make better decisions regarding their woodlands.
An ABC Plan can help you make on-farm decisions that will help biodiversity flourish. The best part is that they are completely free!