This fonds consists of pamphlets, books, and thesis associated with grass and pastures, as well as records and teaching notes associated with the class History of Agriculture taught by Mr. Shuh at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the early 1970's.
This collection consists of tools, artifacts, textiles, photographs, pencil sketches, pamphlets, posters, and a video cassette that were collected by Nova Scotia Agricultural College staff through their travels via partnerships with universities and organizations around the world. Materials reflect agricultural and rural traditions from the areas they were collected in. The artifacts were collected from and photographs taken in Kenya, The Gambia, Ghana, Ethiopia, The Sudani, New Guinea, Angola, Nepal, Malaysia, Thailand, China, Czechoslovakia, Melanesia, Columbia, The Caribbean, and Jamaica.
This series contains photos, documents, flyers, and scripts regarding special events and celebrations at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. These includes exhibitions, dramas, open houses, commencements, etc. between 1971-2005.
Citation: Anon._ Part I: Why Nova Scotia Farmers Should Produce More Home Grown Feeds. Part II: Field Crop Competitions to Encourage the Home Production of grain Seeds and Certain Cash Crops. Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, Halifax:.
Citation: Newton, D.E. 1934. The Relation of Flora to Soil Types in the Counties of Chateauguay, Huntingdon and Argenteuil in Quebec. Pasture Studies V. Technical Bulletin No. 14. MacDonald College, McGill University, Quebec.
Citation: Nowosad, F.S., Swales, D.E. and Dore, W.G. 1936. The Identification of Certain Native and Naturalized Hay and Pasture Grasses by Their Vegetative Characters. Pasture Studies IX. Technical Bulletin No. 16. MacDonald College, McGill University, Quebec.
Citation: Anon. 1979. An Outline of Legal Requirements for Selling Fresh Fruits & Vegetables in Nova Scotia. Marketing and Economics Branch, Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing, Kentville, N.S.
Citation: Fellows, I.F. and Byers, D.M. 1970. Economic Effects of a Com Silage Program on Connecticut Dairy Fanns. Bulletin 412. Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, The University of Connecticut, Storrs .