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July 2014

Did You Know?

The Bay of Islands region from Harrigan Cove to Ecum Secum was settled by "German Protestant" farmers who had relocated from Five Houses, Lunenburg (late 1800's Prussia) after discovering the land there was too rocky. The first settlers were brothers-in-law Heinrich Moser and Johan Urbanus Schmidt and their families. Today, the Moser River-Necum Teuch area is still home to Moser-Smith descendants of these original settlers. Photo above (by Diane Tibert) is of the First Settlers' Cemetery, Moser River with
inscription in German.

Researching your family roots on the Eastern Shore this year? We've collected all the links you need in one spot, including Ships' Passenger Lists, Cemetery Lists and lots more. Now, you just have to come visit and see for yourself!

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Today's Surf Report

Featured on Land and Sea and written up in Canadian Living among other media, our Eastern Shore Beaches (Lawrencetown and Martinique) are becoming famous for year round surfing. -
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New, Expanded and Existing Protected Areas in NS
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The plan includes 44 new wilderness areas and expands 31 more. It designates 118 new nature reserves and expands 11 existing ones. That's 2000 square kilometers of new protected areas bringing the total to 13% of Nova Scotia's land area.

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Open pen fish farms such as the three salmon facilities currently proposed for the Eastern Shore are causing quite a stir. Facebook Group, letters, petitions & more Click here

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Every magazine has an editorial 'slant'. At Highway 7 Online, we believe in good old-fashioned values, giving what we can to show off our Eastern Shore to the rest of the world and following the principles of sustainable development. Like the people who live along Nova Scotia's 'real' Hwy#7, we use today's technology to learn from the past, pay attention to the present, and build for the future. Read more...

C.E.D. Community Economic Development
Across Nova Scotia, people are banding together with one goal in mind - to make their communities better places to live and work. They're doing C-E-D: community economic development.
Common Dreams
It's been said that dreams are our roadmaps to the future. If so, where are we headed? Common Dreams offers an eclectic mix of politics, issues and breaking news with an emphasis on progressive perspectives that are increasingly hard to find with our corporate-dominated media.

   

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