by Gordon Pictou, Program Director, GHC & Mi‘kmaq Museum

Staff from the Shubenacdie Wildlife Park spoke to students about endangered species.

Staff from the Shubenacdie Wildlife Park spoke to students about endangered species.

The Glooscap Heritage Centre (GHC) was pleased to welcome over 300 students to learn and reflect on the importance of doing our best to look after the Earth.

Students learned about endangered species from the Shubenacdie Wildlife Park, Sea Turtles from the Canadian Sea Turtles Network, salmon habitat from the NS Salmon Association, listened to the music from ECMA winning Lone Cloud, painted an Earth Day message on a canvas leaf, listened to keynote speaker Kerry Prosper of Paqtnkek deliver an inspiring Earth Day message, got their face painted by Tamara Gloade, and took part in a variety of environmentally themed games.

There were some great presentations f ...

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