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October / November 2018

Saltscapes Magazine

On our cover

Once in danger of extinction, wood duck populations in Atlantic Canada are flourishing. Photo by Scott Leslie.


30. Happy Hallowe’en

Ghostly tales of Atlantic Canada by Jocelyne Leblanc


34. Unlocking a ship building heritage

Restoring Shelburne’s historic Muir-Cox Shipyard Saw and Planing Mill. by Darcy Rhyno

39. “Paws” for changet

Our companion animals deserve our care and protection. by Jodi DeLong

44. Mount Carleton Provincial Park

New Brunswick’s wilderness jewel. by Scott Leslie


50. How do they survive?

The wild horses of Sable Island. by Carol Patterson


54. Rambling on Raquettes

The joys of snowshoeing. by Cary Rideout


4. Publishers' Pencil

6. Dear Saltscapes

8. Contributors

11. Events

15. History

Battling “the Spanish lady”

19. Nature

The glorious wood duck

26. Home Grown Business

Lindsay Doyle of Treat Yar-Mouth

71. Well Worth The Read

Eating Wild by Jamie Simpson

88. First Person

Eugene Maloney, boat builder extraordinaire

91. Meet Your Local Farmer

Fundy Farms Local Food

96. Q&A

Getting to know Jeremy Dutcher

Kitchen Party

61. Chowder Time

Beyond seafood

64. The Magic Of Blue

Highbush blueberries

60. Out and About

Lucky Italiano, Windsor NS

70. Local Hot Spot

The Merchant Warehouse, Woody Point, NL


74. Gardeing

The late-season gardener

79. Décor

Your own spa retreat

83. Pizza In The Great Outdoors

Wood fired pizza isn’t just for restaurants anymore

88. Cottage Real Estate

Winter can be ideal time to buy