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Saint John, NB
Purpose: ACAP Saint John is a community-based, non-profit organization that encourages communication, partnership and active involvement from all sectors of the Saint John community in managing our local environment. ACAP Saint John has a proven philosophy of ensuring that all decisions and positions statements are derived from a fact-based and well-communicated consensus amongst our staff and Board of Directors. This philosophical stance, combined with our knowledgeable, open-minded and moderate approach to dispute resolution, has earned respect from our community, including the citizens, media, government, academia and the business sectors. ACAP Saint John has become known for partnering and working with the community to help provide solutions to existing and pending environmental problems.
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: Atlantic Water Network provides equipment and resources for water monitoring organizations and communities throughout Atlantic Canada. AWN is part of the longstanding Community-Based Environmental Monitoring Network and is home to all of its water related resources. We are the regional lead on Atlantic DataStream, an open access data hub for water quality data. We work with organizations on both a national and regional scale to improve data collection at the community level. AWN's mission is to build capacity among stewardship and watershed organizations by providing access to water monitoring and conservation resources such as standardized training via WET-Pro water monitoring kits, a secure and open access data hub (Atlantic DataStream), and the free use of our Environmental Monitoring Equipment Bank.
Purpose: To assist the citizens in North Eastern N.B., in the Nepisiguit Drainage Basin and citizens in other regions in moving towards greater environmental awareness of the vital need to protect our watersheds, coastal habitats, rivers, eco systems, hazardous waste, global warming, GHG emissions and addressing issues of sustainable development, climate change, transportation, conservation, and biodiversity. To work as a liaison between business, industry, government and the concerns of citizens to improve the ecological health of their communities and regions.
Hatfield Point, NB
Purpose: The Belleisle Watershed Coalition, established in Jan, 2013, 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: The Canaan-Washademoak Watershed Association works to protect and enhance the Canaan River, Washademoak Lake, and their tributaries, and to (re)connect people in the region with these valuable aquatic resources.
Purpose: We are currently leading a Canada-wide research initiative that seeks to take the pulse of ocean literacy in Canada. We aim to better understand Canadians’ relationship(s) with the ocean, the different approaches, enablers and gaps to ocean literacy, and effective ways to cultivate positive ocean actions.
Purpose: To ensure that nature comes first in park management and that protected areas conserve Canada's nature and wilderness, on land and sea.
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.