Thursday, March 31, 2011

Group hopes to preserve St. Bruno wetlands in Quebec

In a somewhat similar situation to that of the Kanata Beaver Pond and South March Highlands near Ottawa, the city of St. Bruno, south of Montreal, is the scene of a dual battle to save forest and wetlands within the urban area.

The St. Bruno situation varies in the sense that the town is located adjacent to a provincial park, and, partly, on the mountain that gives the park its name, Mont Bruno.

(the painting pictured above entitled "St. Bruno Wetlands" was sold to a collector in Texas.)

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