Lynda Conrad
Naturalist & Historian

resided in Lawrencetown all her life and has been involved in nature programs & field trips, etc. to all ages for over 20 years; from visiting nursing homes, assisting community groups such as Brownies, Guides, Scouts, Cubs, Beavers to achieve their uniform badges, conducting field trips with the Mental Health Association, put on seminars for all N.S.Community Services Camp Leaders in 1993, Piping Plover Program Co-ordinator Conrad's Beach for the first two years of its existence, Wood Duck Nesting Project in West Lawrencetown Marsh, was employed by the Civilization of Man in Hull Quebec to gather the necessary salt marsh flora for a project this national museum was exhibiting in the late 80's. Has completed courses in forestry, bird biology, animal sciences and many other nature related courses. Past eleven years has been heavily involved in writing an indepth History of Lawrencetown and at present is writing a book on the Acadian & Micmac People of Lawrenctown Township. Lynda was the founder of the Ocean Breezes Interpretation Centre and was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from HRM in the spring of 2001.
(courtesy of the Ocean Breezes Interpretation Centre)