The Harrison Lewis Centre works to promote environmental conservation through research, instruction, literature, and the arts. The Centre hosts nature-focused programs and workshops in art, music, writing, farm skills, woodlot management, and more. Located on Nova Scotia’s South Shore, the Centre offers outstanding opportunities to explore, research, and experience the living landscape.
This summer the HLC is hosting our usual array of workshops and events open to the public; we’re offering Chainsaw Use workshops, Nature Photography, & Backyard Forestry workshops, as well as hosting Wild Wednesdays in Thomas Raddall Provincial Park (Free!) and our own monthly activity days for seniors (also free!).
Participants will have the opportunity to take part in these educational outdoor activities, and get to camp out on the site for our weekend workshops! The HLC offers a unique learning experience here in Nova Scotia, promising a return to basic homestead skills and appreciation for natural history.
You can register for our weekend workshops through our website:
Wild Wednesdays do not require registration!
Our Chainsaw Use workshop is open for registration!
LIMITED SPOTS! Only eight spaces available!
Details on our website!
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