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In Nova Scotia, the Pollination Project welcomes interested persons, "through workshops, seminars and residential fellowships, to explore the inherent connections between healthy food, artistic expression, mindful practices and just society.
"Set in rural Nova Scotia on a biodynamic farm with 250 acres of woods, fields, lake and river, Pollination project is a civil society initiative dedicated to nurturing the fundamental and necessary relationships that exist between ecologically sound land use and food production, physical health and spiritual well-being, creative self expression and sustainable community. Pollination Project is rooted in the creation of living examples that can serve to inspire, educate, and empower individuals and groups to create positive change in their own lives and communities," states the nonprofit's website