This easement permanently protects 130 acres of forest and wetlands that form a contiguous tract of rare undisturbed shoreline around the 15-acre lake. The property is within 10 kilometers of the Tobeatic Wilderness Area and 20 kilometers of Kejimkujik National Park, the largest wilderness area and national park in the province, respectively. The older forest stands on the property are typical of climax Acadian forest and are considered rare and of high conservation value. The donor, who is a leader in conservation in the US, has worked for years to ensure that her property will remain as a sanctuary for generations to come.
Little Annapolis Lake, Nova Scotia
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336 36th St, #717
Bellingham, WA 98225
Phone - United States: (360) 515-7171
Phone - Canada: (250) 688-1508