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A few ways to support the Save Owls Head movement

Please keep in mind that the list below is by no means exhaustive. Whether you prefer writing, painting, photography, songwriting, or something entirely different, we appreciate you sharing your time and talents with us.

We will continue to update this page to reflect new initiatives.

1. Make an appointment with your MLA today

The grassroots Facebook group now has over 5,000 members. This is an incredible milestone.

It’s time to take our concerns directly to our elected officials. Our MLAs are supposed to represent their constituents. So book a telephone or Zoom appointment with your MLA as soon as you can. Discussions are more impactful than emails.

We need you – no matter where you live in the province – to stand up for our parks and protected areas.

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Graphic by Helen Michel

2. Sign the petition

The group Save Little Harbour/Owls Head has just launched a paper petition campaign, calling on the government of Nova Scotia to formally protect Owls Head Provincial Park and all of the remaining properties awaiting designation.

If you believe that our network of protected areas is worthy of protection and that citizens should have a voice in this decision-making process, we hope you’ll help us deliver that message to the Nova Scotia Legislature.

For more information, click here.

3. Artists for Owls Head
We are looking for artists, photographers, songwriters, poets, and other creative folks to capture the rugged beauty of Owls Head Provincial Park. To learn more, please visit our dedicated page, here.

Broom Crowberry Painting in Progress by Gloria Chaisson

4. Keep raising your concerns with your elected representatives.
You can find all of the relevant contact information here.

5. Write a letter to the editor
Not sure where to start? Check out our guide.

6. Volunteer with us! Do you have experience in website design, social media, or public relations? Send us an email if you’d like to get involved.

7. Follow us on Social Media
Join our Facebook group, follow us on Instagram (@saveowlshead), or follow us on Twitter.

8. Keep up the pressure by continuing to share new articles and website posts on social media. Talk to your friends and your family.

9. Share your photos
Do you have photos of Owls Head Provincial Park Reserve and surrounding areas? We’d love to feature them.

Are you a photographer who would be willing to help capture the biodiversity and rugged beauty of Owls Head Provincial Park? If so, please send us an email.

10. Leave a review of Owls Head Provincial Park on Google

If you’d like to see some of the past actions and events from our group, please read our Year in Review post.

Do you have an idea to help the group?
Do you have some free time to contribute?
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