Moose Antlers Make Quite the Entrance – Englee, NL
I am proud to see this unique creation by a local artist. It is great to see creative uses for a product that most people would just throw away. Moose are in abundance on the Great Northern Peninsula. Males shed their antlers each season to conserve energy, as well their antlers can be obtained during Moose Hunting season in Fall/early Winter.
There is value in producing unique products. I have seen antlers used to form a large chandelier at the Tuckamore Lodge, Main Brook. There are also a select few with the talents to tediously carve from the moose antler.
We have an opportunity to produce unique products made from moose antlers. We can develop a cottage industry around them and make high-end coat trees, chandeliers, entrance posts, and others. We have talented people in our rural economies that could produce during the Fall/Winter these products from sale on-line or at local gift shops.
There are simple solutions that can help our rural communities survive and thrive. With the appropriate partnerships and involvement by stakeholders we can change the state of our economy.
Live Rural NL –
Christopher C. Mitchelmore
- A Great Place to Discover – Town of Englee (liveruralnl.com)
- Rural Communities are Stronger Together – Keep Government Accountable (liveruralnl.com)
- Fostering Rural Community Development Through Outdoor Murals (liveruralnl.com)
Posted on August 2, 2011, in Art, Business, Community Economic Development and tagged canada, englee, Great Northern Peninsula, Main Brook, Moose, Newfoundland & Labrador, twitter. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.