Marian Munro (Photo from the Nova Scotia Museum)
Marian Munro is the curator of botany at the Nova Scotia Museum. Her interests in natural history are many and varied.
While at Acadia University, she studied meteorology, geomorphology, ornithology as well as botany. It was only when she was offered (and turned down) the chance to study the stomach contents of shorebirds in the Minas Basin, that she discovered her true passion – plants.