The Essence of Wolfville The Recreation Management Core Term Group, January 2008 Acadia University Natural Capital Natural Capital Natural resources such as water and oil, the land which provides space on which to live and work, and the ecosystems that maintain clean water, air and climate.
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The Recreation Management Core Term Group, January 2008
The human assets that encompass a community member’s hard skills, soft skills and life experiences.
Imagining two communities together
Culture can be defined as all the behaviors, ways of life, arts, beliefs and institutions of a population that are passed down from generation to generation.
“The way of life for an entire society.”
“Wolfville has the potential to be a destination area focused on agri-tourism, wine, and cuisine”
Nova Scotia Tourism
A good life for all life that can be passed on to everyone's great, great ... grandchildren
A culture (or society) that is meaningful and satisfying to its members today and that does not need to destroy or deplete its environment in order to be that way.
-6am-8am Garbage regulations…
The Basis of it all
Community – University Relations
The commercial activities and for-profit provision of services and products within Wolfville