Now (June 10, 2022) on YouTube:
Nova Scotia’s Windy Forests: 2022 Celebration of Nature Keynote (YouTube Video)
“Naturalist Dr. David Patriquin kicked off our 2022 Celebration of Nature with “Nova Scotia’s Windy Forests”, a look at Wabanaki/Maritime Forest disturbance regimes, the Lahey Report, and the concerning place our forests are at right now.”


PDF of presentation (4.4 MB. lower res): PatriquinNNS27May2022red

On calling our forest the “Wabanaki Forest”

Puktewei: Learning from Fire in Mi’kma’ki (Mi’kmaq Territory)
Shalan Joudry, MES thesis. The author takes the reader on her journey to explore the interaction between indigenous and scientific ways of learning about our world.

Wabanaki Forest
Page on this website

On “High-grading at the Landscape Level”

Landscape-level “Log the best and leave the rest” on Nova Scotia’s Crown land forests 10Jan 2021
NSFN Post, Jan 10, 2021

On logging of Crown land parcel AP068499 Beals Meadow, Nova Scotia: 2. Highgrading at the Landscape Level 27Jan2022
NSFN Post, Jan 27, 2022

Protests over Old Forests

Nova Scotia Old Growth Ground Zero
Page on this website. “The Corbett Lake Old Hardwood Forest in Annapolis Co. is essentially Ground Zero in the struggle to save Nova Scotia’s Old Growth in 2019”

AP068499 Beals Meadow
Page on this website. Compilation of docs related to Last Hope Encampment.

On our Depleted Forest Soils

On Salmon and Soils, An Update
Page on this website

On Sandy Lake Forests

Forests and surface waters of Sandy Lake & Environs (Bedford, Nova Scotia)


If an Old Growth stand in Nova Scotia blows down, is it still Old Growth?
Post on NSFN, Feb 6, 2019

Is High Production Forestry compatible with the Nova Scotia Premier’s commitment to carbon neutrality? 11Mar2021
Post on NSFN, Mar 11, 2021

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