Morton Centre Family Picnic & Open House

MC Family Pinic and Open HouseCome and get to know your community members, explore Acadia University’s beautiful 99-acre property, hear about our earth education programs, and get to know more about Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation. You can expect walking tours for everyone, display boards with information about Coastal Action’s projects, activities for kids, and a free BBQ.

This is a rain or shine event, so come dressed appropriately for the weather. Please wear durable footwear for the long walk up the drive, and especially if you are planning on walking the trails.

If you have any concerns about accessibility, or any other inquiries please contact us at 902-634-9977 or

MC picnic open house invitation 2015

Trail Building Day

Trail Building 2015Join Coastal Action and Cobequid Trail Consulting on Tuesday, June 23rd for our first Trail Building Day! The trail is being built off of Battery Point Rd. and will lead to a viewing platform overlooking the saltmarsh in Garden Lots, Lunenburg County.

Anyone and everyone is welcome to join in on the fun throughout the day! We’ll be in the area from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

If you’d like to join us please RSVP to, or call 1-902-634-9977.

NSLC Adopt A Stream Sale

NSLC Adopt A Stream Sale

Look out for NSLC Adopt A Stream sales at your local liquor store! From March 30th to May 3rd you be seeing NSLC Adopt A Stream’s green sale signs at the liquor store.

Through funding from the NSLC Adopt A Stream program, Coastal Action along with other watershed based organizations are able to conduct stream restoration projects that help to improve fish passage and water quality of our streams.

So make sure to stop by your local liquor store to save money & save streams!

For more information visit NSLC Adopt A Stream’s website:



Clean Water Symposium

The Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation and the LaHave River Watershed Committee invite you to join us at the “Clean Water – Protecting Your Watershed” Symposium and Trade Show on November 15th at the NSCC Lunenburg Campus (75 High Street, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia). The event will include a keynote speaker, panel discussion, and feature an exhibitor area of about 30 local businesses, community organizations, and government departments.
The goals of the event include:

  • To provide the public with an opportunity to understand how important clean water is to society and what impact each person has on our lakes, rivers, and oceans.
  •  To showcase what organizations, businesses, and various government departments are doing to protect watersheds in Nova Scotia.
  •  To inform the public of the results of research being conducted within watersheds in Nova Scotia.
  •  To continue the ongoing dialog on straight pipes and their effect on clean water in the LaHave River Watershed (and beyond).
  •  To showcase alternative sewage treatment options for households that have straight pipes or malfunctioning septic systems.
  •  To network and have fun.

Registration for the symposium and trade show is now open and the deadline for registration will be on Friday, October 31st at 4:00 pm. Registration is $25 (non-profit organizations and academics) or $50 (government and businesses).
If you have any questions, please contact Danielle St. Louis at or by phone 1-902-634-9977.

Registration Form Registration is closed for this event.