Eastern Shore Forest Watch Association
Action, education, and alternatives to promote the health of the Acadian Forest 

The Eastern Shore Archipelago

Photo: Peter Green

On the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia a myriad of islands dot the coast. Forest Watch has collaborated with other groups worked with other groups and private citizens to protect them. In June 2015 some of them have been designated wilderness areas by the NS Department of the Environment. We now support and celebrate the 100 Wild Islands initiative of the Nova Scotia Nature Trust.



Next meeting

Thursday, September 15, 2016

7:00 pm

Dobbit Bakehouse - Musquodoboit Harbour

Contact us:

Cell Phone: 902.460.8943

Eastern Shore Forest Watch Association
General Delivery, Head of Jeddore
Nova Scotia, B0J 1P0, Canada

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Eastern Shore Forest Watch collaborates with many other organizations.  Check out some of these informative websites, videos, photos and Facebook pages:

Bay of Islands 
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
Clean Nova Scotia
Coastal Coalition of Nova Scotia 
Dalhousie University
Ecology Action Centre
East Coast Environmental Law 
Five Bridges Wilderness Heritage Trust
Friends of Martinique Beach
Hope for Wildlife
Living Earth Council
Maritime Canada
Mining Watch Canada
Musquodoboit Harbour Farmers' Market 
Musquodoboit Trailways Association
Nova Scotia Environmental Network
Nova Scotia Public Lands Coalition
Nova Scotia Woodlot Owners and Operators Association
Saint Mary's University: Community Based Environmental Monitoring Network 
Save Caribou: Clear-cutting at Caribou Gold Mines
Sierra Club Canada--Atlantic chapter
The Deanery Project
Transition Eastern Shore 

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Website updated 16 September 2016
EasternShore Forest Watch Association:  info@forestwatch.ca
General Delivery, Head of Jeddore, Nova Scotia, B0J 1P0, Canada