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Wild, Weird and Wacky Weather with David T. Chapman – Webinar

April 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

In a country that is so vast and surrounded by large oceans, it is no wonder we have some of the most interesting weather in the world. It offers such a variety all year round because of its terrain, temperature variations and location. Learn about Fallstreak Holes, Superior Mirages and discover how far south the ...

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Mosses in Prince Edward County

April 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

‘Mosses in Prince Edward County’ - Botanists Jennifer Doubt and Eric Snyder will share their knowledge of Bryophytes (mosses) in Prince Edward County. Learn the names and unique qualities of the mosses all around us. Presentation and meeting by the Prince Edward County Field Naturalists. E-mail gerry.jenkison@icloud.com for Zoom link. All welcome. Tuesday April 26, ...

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Combating climate change and colonialism through land-based healing and education

April 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

On Tuesday, April 26 at 7:00 pm, Friends of the Salmon River presents: From the Heiltsuk Nation: Combating climate change and colonialism through land-based healing and education with Jess Housty. You will also learn about the unique geography and history of Bella Bella in the Central Coast region of British Columbia and about Bella Bella as a community. Jess Housty (Háust̓i) is a mother, writer and ...

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