Today, we are sharing in-depth excerpts from the Report on the Ecological Importance of Owls Head Crown land. Dr. Jeremy Lundholm, PhD, and Caitlin Porter, MSc, voluntarily provided this information to the court and have subsequently given us permission to share it online. You can find their unabridged report at the bottom of this page. If you’d prefer, you can read the post of their conclusions instead.
We are sharing excerpts from the “Report on the Ecological Importance of Owls Head Crown land” with the permission of its authors, Dr. Jeremy Lundholm, PhD, and Caitlin Porter, MSc. You can find their unabridged report at the bottom of this page, should you wish to read it in full.Continue reading “Report on the Ecological Importance of Owls Head Crown land: Conclusions”
Thank you to biologists Caitlin Porter and Dr. Jeremy Lundholm for sharing photos and videos from their fieldwork at Owls Head Provincial Park.Continue reading “Gallery: Field Work at Owls Head Provincial Park”
Owls Head is an ecologically significant coastal property and it must be reinstated to Our Parks and Protected Areas Plan.
You don’t need to be a science whiz or a brilliant writer in order to stand up for the environment. You just need to make your voice heard.
January 26, 2020
Dear Sean Fraser:
Thank you for your public comment, “If at the end of the day, there is not significant public support for the project or it becomes clear that the conservation value of this land is so high that the development would be irresponsible, then it should not proceed.”Continue reading “Biologist Caitlin Porter Responds to MP Sean Fraser”
January 21, 2020 6:00 AM AT
Scientists at Saint Mary’s University join residents calling on government to abandon plan to sell park.
Several scientists at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax are adding their names to the growing list of people who want the Nova Scotia government to abandon plans to pursue a sale of Owls Head provincial park.Continue reading “MICHAEL GORMAN: Owls Head development would mean ‘complete destruction’ of its ecology, says biologist”