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August 7, 2012

Education

MCG Wisqoq In Mi’kma’ki Project

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In the summer of 2013, Mi’kmaw Conservation Group (MCG) undertook an ambitious tree planting project in our MCG member Communities. Together with the help of Continue Reading →

Education

Should We Feed Deer in Winter?

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I have seven new furry deer friends in my yard. They arrived shortly before the holidays and have remained for my family to watch, and Continue Reading →

Community

National Tree Day in Millbrook

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On a blustery and rainy National Tree Day, the Mi’kmaw Conservation Group (MCG) and Millbrook Fisheries hosted a tree planting event in Millbrook First Nation. Continue Reading →

Education, Youth

MCG: The Black Ash Project

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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 Continue Reading →

Community, Youth

Growing Trees will bring Trout

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Riparian Zone Restoration and Education in Millbrook This summer, Millbrook Fisheries and the Mi’kmaw Conservation Group (MCG) are undertaking an ambitious stream restoration project to Continue Reading →

Health

Making Sustainable Seafood Choices in Mi’kma’ki

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Making healthy choices when it comes to seafood can be a challenging and overwhelming experience. This is especially true as seafood consumers begin to question Continue Reading →

Education

Congratulations Erika

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Education

Mi’kmaw Conservation Group Commercial Fisheries Update

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Spring is upon us and many First Nation communities are busy readying and hauling in their catches from the sea. I hope that all of Continue Reading →

Community, Education

Come and Plant a Tree with MCG

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Tricks & tips to successful tree planting! The Mi’kmaw Conservation Group (MCG) team needs your help planting trees this summer! There will be black ash, Continue Reading →

Sports

Shubenacadie First Nation’s 3rd Annual Striped Bass Derby

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On May 4th, with the weather in our favour, the First Nation Band hosted 420 registered anglers along the bank of the Stewiacke River. Together Continue Reading →

Education, Health

Making Sustainable Seafood Choices in Mi’kma’ki

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Making healthy choices when it comes to seafood can be a challenging and overwhelming experience. This is especially true as seafood consumers begin to question Continue Reading →

Community, Health

Grass Burning Myths from MCG

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If you’re like me, you probably remember going outside with your parents or grandparents and burning the field or grass in your yard every spring. Continue Reading →