The attached 3 articles aren’t new, but they’re just a few of the more notable newspapers/magazines that the 100 Wild Islands and the Nova Scotia Nature Trust have found themselves in since beginning the 100 Wild Islands campaign.
The Wall Street Journal wrote in 2015,
Mr. Green is the conservation manager at the nonprofit Nova Scotia Nature Trust, which wants to protect hundreds of islands off the eastern coast of Canada, spanning about 7,000 square miles. The Nova Scotia government already owns about 235 islands, and the trust wants to persuade private owners to sell or donate the remaining 45 to it.
Voyages Magazine writes,
100 Wild Islands conjures up so many thoughts for sailors. We can dream about white sandy beaches, rolling surf, foaming reefs, cliffs, marine mammals and hundreds of other images. Nova Scotia is now extremely lucky to have the 100 Wilds Islands, an area along the Eastern Shore between Halifax and Cape Breton that is being preserved by the Nova Scotia Nature Trust.
The Economist writes,
Conservation is the main reason for the new legions of unlikely island owners. In Canada the Nova Scotia Nature Trust plans to buy or protect over 200 islands.