Scientists say site for proposed Nova Scotia golf course is important ecosystem
Ecosystem has been untouched for about 10,000 years
April 12, 2021 By Turf & Rec
Scientists have weighed in on the controversy surrounding a proposed golf course in the Owls Head area of Little Harbour, N.S. They say the area is home to a rare ecosystem that has been untouched for about 10,000 years, adding eel grass beds there serve as an important carbon sink and provide shelter for small animals and a breeding ground for fish and lobster.
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