Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve Interpretive Centre Opens July 1st
As part of your day of reflection on July 1st, visit the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve Interpretive Centre in the Killam Brothers Building on Water Street in Yarmouth. Meet some of our summer students and learn about the place where we live in Southwest Nova Scotia, the ancestral home of the Mi’kmaq people, followed by the earliest French and later English settlers that would come to call this place home. COVID-19 protocols required.
For more details on the Biosphere, please visit: https://swnovabiosphere.ca/