Grey County is distinct for its natural richness – its land, forest and water have sustained and protected the many people who have called this region home and continue to do so.

First Nations land use and later, settler activities such as forestry, farming, and industry, allowed countless generations to benefit from the natural world around them and to carve out new lives and opportunities. Grey County continues to enjoy and sustain the natural abundance found here.

Abundance explores the above using artefacts, photographs, archival records and (soon to come) play-based interactives relating to the subthemes of Forest, Agriculture, and Water.

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A young woman views artefacts related to apple harvest in the Abundance exhibit.

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