The waterfront property was zoned for a six-lot residential subdivision, but was saved from development thanks to conservation-minded land owners.
The event will run from April 16 – 18 and is a modified version of MABR’s annual BioBlitz event.
“They are not as visible as polar bears or reindeer or anything like that, so they don’t get very much mention and once they have disappeared, our food security is going to be in grave danger,” said Rosemary Taylor.

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