April 2014 Archive

Manufacturing solutions

Canary in a coalmine, turtle smashed by the roadside, a lake without fish, polar ice caps melting, all the same type of warning signs.

Wastewater worries in Wollaston

In order to detect septic problems successfully, it is necessary to dig up and look into tanks, which may be very costly.

Biologist raising awareness for species-at-risk

“Turtles and all reptiles for that matter are the most at risk group of animals on the planet.”

The curious caribou

Without fresh air to breathe, clean water to drink and good fertile soil to stand on and grow in, we would not have the opportunity to praise the harvest, the God or gods one might worship.

Feds uninterested in helping small communities, says reeve

“They really have no interest in helping the small communities,” said Reeve Dan McCaw.

Tour Group Discovers the Majestic Elk

On the cold windy morning of Saturday a group of 15 at the train station in Bancroft for the first of this seasons Nature Discovery Tours. Before the crew set out on their expedition to observe “the majestic elk,” the group assembled in the conference room in the basement of the train station for a breakfast snack.