our workshops

Learn more about our natural environment.

Develop your skills in ways to care and protect our world


Join us at the Harbourville Hall for demonstrations, cooking classes,

illustrated talks and training on bird watching, butterfly gardening, tree planting and the geology and life the Bay of Fundy – and much more.

Understanding Animal Behavior: Coyotes and Black bears

Sunday, October 23th, 7 P.m.

Harbourville Hall 

Why are you doing that?

Biologist Soren Bondrup-Nielson will give a presentation on animal behavior. This presentation will be held at the harbourville hall.

Free presentation: all are welcome

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Smoking Fish: Mi’kmaq Traditions

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Sunday, october 6th, 1:30 p.m.

Harbourville Hall

Amber Maclean-Hawes and Trevor Chechenier, of the Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq will give a special workshop on a First Nation’s traditional method for smoking fish.

This workshop will include the preparation of the fish, soaking the fish, creating the brine and smoking the fish.

Registration required

to register click registration under wild connections