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Grand Manan, NB
Purpose: To investigate the complexities of the Bay of Fundy ecosystem with special emphasis on marine mammals, basking sharks and sea birds.
Purpose: Green Eye Coop creates opportunities for social engagement, to encourage healthy and sustainable lifestyles and communities.
Purpose: Groupe Littoral et vie is an environmental education research group. They are located at the Faculté des sciences de l'éducation at the Université de Moncton
Purpose: The goal of the Harvey Lake Association is to promote a healthy and safe Harvey Lake ecosystem and watershed for the benefit of all users.
Purpose: Conviced of the potential of their region as a pioneer in new economy, Imaginons la Péninsule acadienne autrement, a citizen group, serves as a promoter and catalyst for resilience as well as for energy and food autonomy.
ELSIPOGTOG FIRST NATION, NB
Purpose: Kopit Lodge speaks for protection of The Forest and The Water in our region, on behalf of Future Generations of All Our Relations, and based on the Covenant Chain of responsibilities spelled out in the Peace and Friendship Treaties.
Purpose: To protect and restore the Meduxnekeag River watershed.
Purpose: Our Mission: The Nashwaak River watershed should be managed as a healthy ecosystem that balances a variety of economic, recreational, social and landowner interests. All stakeholders on the Nashwaak are committed to sustaining the scenic and serene nature of the watershed in a manner consistent with the pursuits of all user groups. The Nashwaak River watershed should serve the community while maintaining a healthy resource for generations to come.
Purpose: To preserve ecologically significant natural areas through outright purchase, donation, and conservation easements.
Purpose: We are a non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to celebrate, conserve and protect New Brunswick’s natural heritage, through education, networking and collaboration. Founded in 1972 as the New Brunswick Federation of Naturalists, the organization is presently comprised of a dozen naturalist clubs and hundreds of members across the province.