Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust celebrates donation of Whaleback Woodland Reserve

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By StittsvilleCentral, April 23, 2018

On Friday, the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust (MMLT) honoured Carolyn Canfield for her generous donation of the 15.7 acre Whaleback Woodland Reserve in the Carp Hills in West Carleton.

Carolyn gave a passionate speech about the importance of preserving our biodiversity and letting the land evolve naturally. In the photo Carolyn is standing in front of the largest whaleback formation on the property. The Friends of the Carp Hills will assist MMLT by providing stewardship and oversight of the Reserve. You can read more about the Whaleback Woodland Reserve here…

https://stittsvillecentral.ca/mississippi-madawaska-land-trust-celebrates-donation-of-whaleback-woodland-reserve/