Nova Scotia Nature Trust Annual Conservation Showcase

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 - 19:00 to 21:00

Join the Nova Scotia Nature Trust for our Annual Conservation Showcase!

You are invited to join the Nova Scotia Nature Trust for a special evening of celebration and appreciation

We will announce new conservation successes and honour some special people who made these accomplishments possible. Enjoy a visual journey through 11,000 acres of protected lands in Nova Scotia. All are welcome!

June 19th, 7:00 - 9:00pm 
Museum of Natural History 
1747 Summer Street, Halifax 

Light refreshments will be served

Parking available on site for free that evening.

*Please RSVP by phone at (902) 425-5263 or by email at

Note: Our Annual General Meeting will be held from 6-7pm. All members are invited to attend. Those interested in becoming a member should contact us at (902) 425-5263

Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History
1747 Summer St
Halifax , NS
Nova Scotia CA

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