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    Our emblem featuring Scotch thistle, mayflower and a honeybee

    The mayflower was Harriet Lila Irving's favourite wildflower. The honeybee symbolizes hard work and pollination. The Scotch thistle represents Scotland, the Irving family's ancestral home

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    The Freshwater Inland Marsh

    Freshwater Marshes are one of the most ecologically diverse and important habitats of the Acadian Forest Region.

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    Changing of the Seasons

    The last of the snow is melting from the formal lawn. Soon it will be filled with student's studying for final exams while soaking up early spring sunshine.

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Wild Spirits Bonfire

We're celebrating spring with Wild Spirits Forest & Nature School. Pack a picnic and join us around the bonfire Monday April 2 from 11:30am - 1:30pm. Meet at the firepit on the formal lawn.


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Acadia students grow plants for mental health

The Acadia Mental Health Initiative (AMHI) recently held a very successful plant workshop in the potting shed at the K. C. Irving Environmental Science Centre to help students de-stress before the end of term exams and assignments. 

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