The shrouded lives of eels serve as a potent reminder of how little we know of life underwater.
Posts by: Sadie Beaton
Unique and fascinating small-scale fisheries have long been the backbone of Nova Scotia’s coastal communities, but they aren’t easy for tourists to find.
The arrival of mackerel each summer causes waves of excitement for anglers and wharf-rat kids across Nova Scotia.
Searching for the origins of Solomon Gundy, Nova Scotia’s signature snack.
With innovative opportunities growing in experiential tourism – and a new collaborative plan to manage the clamming ecosystem that empowers clammers to make sound decisions – the tide seems to be turning for this important small-scale fishery.