Category Archives: Environment

22nd Wine Expo Offers New Shopping Technology

Wine Expo chair Bill Vance is constantly looking for ways to offer local wine-lovers a first class event experience. However, even he is surprised by all that is new for the 22nd version of this popular annual event in Moncton. “I am always looking for ways to increase enjoyment and satisfaction at the Expo,” says Vance.… Continue Reading

The Thrill Of The Catch

by Lura Somers Atlantic Salmon fishing is a big event on the Miramichi. Every year fishermen come from all over North America to fish and enjoy the river. Growing up in the area, I was vaguely aware of this taking place every spring, but it never occurred to me that I too, could become an… Continue Reading

Miramichi River Guide Call for Submissions

Calling all photographers and writers who love the Miramichi region! Mighty Community Group is now accepting submissions for their annual Miramichi River Guide to be distributed throughout the Miramichi this year for tourists and locals alike. If you have some fabulous photos of the area; a favourite local recipe; knowledge about local history; a favourite… Continue Reading

My Woodland Adventure

My Woodland Adventure by Lura Somers It was a sunny afternoon in January, for the sun had decided to come out and it poured down from the sky. One could feel the warmth of its rays on your back. It gave the world around a promise of the spring to come. The glistening snow hurt… Continue Reading

W(here) Festival Call for Submissions

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Walking in Place: Field Trips in Pictou County W(here) Festival* June 26-30 2012 http://wherefestival.wordpress.com Deadline February 21 As part of the W(here) Festival, community members and local artists are encouraged to submit an idea for a field trip or performative walk in Pictou County, NS. Field trips may take place anywhere and… Continue Reading

Seeking Green Minded Businesses

Does your restaurant strive to buy food only from NB farmers? Are you a farmer raising animals in a natural way? Do you make products without chemicals? Is your business committed to decreasing its carbon footprint? If so, then Bread ‘n Molasses wants to hear about your business for an upcoming story about green minded… Continue Reading

Third Annual Fish Release

The Atlantic Salmon Museum in Doaktown, NB, is pleased to let you know they we will be having their annual fish release on Saturday, October 23rd.  Help them release their fish buddies to the Southwest Miramichi River. They will be having their last barbeque of the season and their annual end of the season sale… Continue Reading

Submission Call & Deadlines

12 Days of Christmas Bread ‘n Molasses magazine is gearing up for its annual holiday extravaganza “12 Days of Christmas” online! If you have a story (true or fiction), poem, photos, videos, songs, paintings, or any other work on a Christmas theme send it to us and your work might be featured on our website… Continue Reading

Environmental Art / Landscape Management Course

Creating Natural Structures for the Garden This two day workshop at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College is for people who want to learn about the creation of garden items from natural materials. It is an opportunity to learn how to lead groups in creating natural garden structures using living willow. The Instructor: Deb Hart, a… Continue Reading