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Purpose: To make connections to aboriginal issues in the Maritime provinces through networking, lobbying, educating on an ecumenical basis, building relationships of trust and harmony, learning about aboriginal spirituality, land care of Mother Earth, treaty rights, governance, justice issues, offering educational opportunities for church and public meetings, sponsoring and facilitating the ARC Observer Project at Burnt Church.
Purpose: Working to maintain a healthy ecosystem to preserve sufficient water quality and quantity to protect aquatic life, biodiversity and community needs.
St. Andrews, NB
Purpose: The Atlantic Salmon Federation is dedicated to the conservation, protection and restoration of wild Atlantic salmon and the ecosystems on which their well-being and survival depend.
Purpose: To assist the citizens of North Eastern N.B. and the citizens of the Nepisiguit Drainage Basin in moving towards greater environmental awareness of the vital need to protect our watersheds, Chaleur Bay, coastal habitats, rivers, eco systems, hazardous waste, global warming, GHG emissions and addressing issues of sustainable development, transportation, conservation, and biodiversity. To work as a liaison between business, industry, government and the concerns of citizens to improve the ecological health of our region.
Hatfield Point, NB
Purpose: The Belleisle Watershed Coalition, established in Jan, 2013, built a strong foundation and garnered community commitment to its long term goals during its first year of existence, thanks to the support of the NB Environmental Trust Fund, federal Ministry of the Environment and Canada Summer Jobs as well as Potash Corp and TransCanadaPipeline. The Belleisle Watershed Coalition is a non-profit, charitable organization, created to protect and promote, with the user and landowner, the sustainable environmental resources of the Belleisle Bay watershed (approx. 37,000 hectares).
Purpose: BSC’s mission is to conserve all wild birds of Canada through sound science, on-the-ground actions, innovative partnerships, public engagement, and science-based advocacy.
Purpose: Our goals are to protect and enhance the ecological structure and function of the Canaan River, Washademoak Lake, and their tributaries and in so doing, to (re)connect people in the region with these valuable aquatic resources. We use a collaborative, community-based, ecosystem approach to watershed planning and management.
Purpose: To ensure that nature comes first in park management and that protected areas conserve Canada's biodiversity and wilderness.
Purpose: The objective of the CRI is to build a network of researchers with common interests in aquatic science across universities, government, and industry. The CRI uses a multidisciplinary and cross-sector approach to focus its research on societal demands for water resources while addressing the challenges of sustaining, healthy aquatic ecosystems.
Purpose: To educate the public about the local and regional natural and cultural history of the Cape Jourimain Area with a focus on the National Wildlife Area. To promote and educate the public about climate change and energy efficiency issues.