About Us

We are a small farm that grows wool from three heritage sheep breeds - Lincoln and Romney.
We sell registered breeding stock and cross breed for fleece. Our Farm Shop is one of few sources of 100% Nova Scotia wool.
Find us on Facebook @aspengrovefarmwoolroom.


Peter MacDonald (BSc, BSc Hons., MSc) is a recently retired wildlife biologist who has studied Nova Scotia's bald eagles and migrating sandpipers and worked with many species including peregrine falcons, bear, moose and deer.  

Jacqueline MacDonald (BSc, MLS, PhD), is a recently retired health services manager and information professional, adjunct professor and part time university lecturer. 

Commissioner of Oaths
Phone Jacqueline at 902 523 3822  or email Jacqueline.M.MacDonald@outlook.com to arrange administration of oaths, affidavits, statutory declarations or affirmations for use within Nova Scotia's Court system. These matters are usually handled by appointment, including at very short notice, and can be during weekday business hours or after hours, evening and weekends. Serving the New Germany, interior of Lunenburg County and Annapolis-Lunenburg border area.
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