Richard and Grace Beazley conserving nature “one clean basement at a time”

The volunteer work of HFN members Grace and Richard Beazley with the NS Nature Trust are featured in a recent post on NSNT’s blog:
Volunteer All-Stars Richard & Grace: Helping conserve nature one clean basement at a time
By Andrew Robinson on Mar 23, 2020.

Photo from the NSNT blog post

“With a lifetime spent in the health sciences field, Richard and Grace Beazley knew they wanted an active retirement—doing something healthy and physical in the outdoors. That decision, made almost 20 years ago, opened doors and opportunities they might never have expected…The Beazleys desire for an active retirement led them to become Property Guardians, first at Purcell’s Cove and later at Meander River.”

Read more to find out about basement cleaning!

Both of those properties will be familiar to many HFN members. HFN was involved in the initial purchase of the Purcell’s Cove Conservation Lands in the early 2000s and Richard and Grace led several field trips to the NSNT Meander River property over the years. The Beazleys have also led HFN members to many wonderful waterfall sites, not to mention their many other volunteer activities with HFN.

So it’s nice to learn about their basement-cleaning skills too!

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