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"A sustainable environment is one in which
the natural environment, economic development and social life are seen as mutually
-- Centre for Innovative Education
Coastal Communities Network
NS Public Lands
We want to share with you some of the
beauty of our region and the Bay of Islands Center.
We are also proud to show you some of our sustainable
living projects as they progress through various stages.
Simply select a topic from the table below.
Bay of Islands
Interpretive Trail Early
Excursion to Proposed "North West River Trail"
Kelly Lake Rearing Ponds
Wilson Falls, Round Lake
Boggy Lake Wilderness
Community Coasting Party
"North East River Trail"
Falls, Hostel, Stonehouse
Halifax Regional Trails Team Meeting at Bay of
May 23, 2003
Construction of Trail Stop & Interpretive
Center - Phase 1
Eastern Shore Talent Shows
Feb to Aug 2003
Picture of the Month
Trillium plant, found in the forest near the
abandonned rearing ponds at Kelly Lake, June 4,
The larger version of this picture is also available.
content,unless otherwise indicated, © 2014 Bay of Islands Centre for Sustainable
Development, Moser River, Bay of Islands, Nova Scotia, B0J 2K0. The
Bay of Islands Center is a not-for-profit
educational project registered in the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Media - Last Updated:
March 4, 2014