by Faith Julien, Summer Student, MCG

Faith Julien and Anthony Pryor of MCG tree planting in Glooscap.

Faith Julien and Anthony Pryor of MCG tree planting in Glooscap.

Two interns, Faith Julien and Anthony Pryor, from Clean Nova Scotia’s Youth Conservation Corps (NSYCC) have been working with the Mi’kmaw Conservation Group (MCG) on the “Black Ash and Native Tree Education and Restoration” project. MCG is working to help improve the environment and preserve Mi’kmaw culture. Throughout the summer months, MCG has done educational workshops and tree planting events in our member communities. Youth from the Communities have had the opportunity to learn traditional knowledge from their Community Knowledge Holders, and plant black ash in their Community.

MCG teamed up with the summer day camps and their students to tree ...

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