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            Wisqoq - Looking? to the Past to Guide Our Future

            Wisqoq (Black Ash) is a threatened species in Nova Scotia.
            The Emerald Ash Borer, an invasive species from Asia is one of Wisqoq’s greatest threats.
            We need your help to aid recovery of this important species!

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            A History of Black Ash

            Wisqoq, or Black Ash, has always been important to Mi’kmaw people?who use?the tree?to make?baskets, snowshoes, noes and axe handles.

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            How to identify a Black Ash tree?

            You n identify a Black Ash by looking at the leaves, bark and overall shape?of the tree. See our image?examples and identifition guide.

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            What are the current threats?

            The Emerald Ash Borer, an invasive species from Asia, has rapidly expanded throughout Ontario and Quebec. It is one of Wisqoq’s greatest threats.

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            Kids Corner

            Games, colouring books & more!

            Wisqoq, or Black Ash, has always been important to Mi’kmaw people. Baskets and axe handles were made with Wisqoq and sold or traded for goods. It was common for basket makers to go from community to community selling their baskets. Today these traditions live on as Elders share their knowledge with youth.

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            Recovery Plan

            Learn about our recovery plan

            The Wisqoq Recovery and Action Plan followed a unique process of engagement that involved Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq from the early stages of development.

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            What n we do?

            You n help to make a difference

            What n we?do to protect Wisqoq? To prevent the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer do no transport firewood or other wood products from infected areas to Mi’kma’ki. Share what you have learned about Wisqoq with others. Planting new trees reminds us of our responsibility to future generations.

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            Resources

            Edutional downloads & links

            View and download research papers on Black Ash from leading experts.

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