Mid-Week Break: Archaeology and Climate Change
Archaeology helps uncover the stories of human history hidden in materials left behind. Climate change brings sea-level rise, more intense storms, erosion, wildfires and flooding that threaten many of the special places that tell the story of Nova Scotia’s past. Andrea Richardson, Climate Change Adaptation Coordinator – Archaeology with the Cape Sable Historical Society, will share how archaeologists across the province are working with communities to save artifacts and record some of the stories for the future. Contact the library no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2 to receive the Zoom link.