The Joggins Fossil Institute has <a href=”https://jogginsfossilcliffs.net/institute/">published its 2019–2020 Annual Report</a>.
The Joggins Fossil Institute Association will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Thursday, September 17, 2020, at 9 am.
When I hear the word “fossil”, I think of dinosaurs. But, in fact, most of the fossils in Joggins are the remains of trees and other organic matter that thrived in the dense and swampy forests dating back more than 300 million years ago during the Carboniferous Period. Dinosaurs, by contrast, lived throughout the Mesozoic Era, which began more than 50 million years later.