COVID Protocols

To keep our staff, volunteers, Board members and visitors safe, the following COVID protocols are in effect:

  1. Geopark staff are following a hybrid of at home and office work. Please contact the office (details below) before visiting to ensure someone is here to greet you.
  2. Equipment and spaces used in common are sanitized regularly.
  3. Bottles of hand sanitizer are in place at each workstation and I meeting spaces.
  4. Most meetings will be held via Zoom or another virtual platform rather than in person.
  5. NS Travel guidelines can be found here: https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/travel/#travel-restrictions
  6. All outdoor Geopark activities and programs will follow the distancing and gathering limits as currently prescribed by the NS Medial Officer of Health. https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/restrictions-and-guidance/#gatherings
  7. Anyone with COVID-type symptoms is asked to refrain from visiting the Geopark office or attending outdoor programs.
  8. Any staff with COVID-type symptoms will be working from home and be required to take a COVID test and follow the recommendations of the Medical Officer of Health.

https://novascotia.ca/protect-yourself-and-others-from-coronavirus/#maintain

Safe Ways to Contact the Geopark Office:

Phone: 902-641-2225 (Debert) or 902-728-2141 (Parrsboro)
Email: beth.peterkin@fundygeopark.ca

Mail to: P.O. Box 868, Parrsboro, NS, B0M 1S0

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Come out to Colchester-East Hants Public Library next Wednesday to check out this awesome talk!"The Amazing Geological History of Nova Scotia: the Story Beneath the Scenery" with Dr. Sandra Barr Join us for a discussion with Dr. Sandra Barr, a professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Science, Acadia University, as she talks about the fascinating and unique history that lies beneath our feet and on our rocky shores. The rocks and fossils around us tell a fascinating story of the origin and evolution of our Maritime Provinces. 🗓️ Wednesday, November 2⏱️ 6:30pm-7:30pm📍 Truro Library ... See MoreSee Less
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What is a Geopark?

A Geopark is a designation that attracts tourists wishing to explore the connections between geology, local communities, culture, and nature. Geoparks are designed to promote tourism and celebrate a region’s uniqueness, and do not prohibit any land use.