Walking on Pines and Needles: A Virtual Conifer Walk

Coniferous Tree Walk

Enjoy this informative walk on coniferous trees around the Long Branch area. Can YOU tell the difference between a Blue Spruce and a Fir tree?

By: Jonathan Dionne. Born and raised in rural Nova Scotia Jonathan completed his undergraduate degree at Dalhousie University with a major in biology and a minor in statistics. Currently he is doing his masters in forest conservation at the University of Toronto. Jonathan spent the summer working on a community engagement and urban tree stewardship project within the community of Long Branch

Q&A:  Available on Long Branch Tree Fest Facebook

 

“Who was Colonel Samuel Smith?”

Who was Colonel Samuel Smith?

Who was Colonel Samuel Smith? We see his name in our neighbourhood park and plaques – but who WAS Colonel Samuel Smith? The Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre team investigates our local history on the site of Smith’s former homestead and explores the connections to the history of the cottage industry that shaped Long Branch.

By Lake Shore Grounds Interpretive Centre.

Through arts, culture, and storytelling, the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre aims to interpret the natural and built heritage of the Lakeshore Grounds and to engage the surrounding community through exhibitions and cultural programming. We focus primarily on themes of education, mental health, indigenous history, environmental sustainability, and civic engagement.

 

 

 

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Featuring

Tree Amigos: Heritage Trees of Long Branch and Their Stories.

Tall Tree Tales. Stories Read by the Long Branch Librarian, Stephanie

Friends of Sam Smith (FOSS) Photo Montage by Nancy Barrett

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