Société d'aménagement de la rivière Madawaska inc. (SARM)

31 rue Isidore-Boucher
Edmundston, NB   E7B 1V6
Phone: 506-739-1992
Primary contact: Amélie Tremblay
Language of Service: French
Scope of Activities: Local
Region: Northwest
Purpose: Environmental conservation - Help in managing the aquatic and riparian ecosystems and their natural resources with an integrated approach to foster the maintenance and enhancement of the population (wildlife, flora), the longevity of biodiversity, the continuous renewal of resources and the integrety of the so called ecosystems, of its landscapes and of the cultural witnesses that are present. Ensure the transfer of knowledge and appreciation of resources to raise awareness within the local population and visitors on their intrinsic values and demanding conservation. Development - Ensure the potential of certain sites and areas is valued in order to respond to the local expectations of to the local market, while considering the sustainable development of tourism, profitability, the economic sustainability of projects and intervention and the potential job creations. Landuse - Encourage use and management of certain sites towards development that is guided by ethics and ecological, environmental, social, and cultural considerations.
Activities: Protection of the Upper Saint-Jean Watershed - Monitoring and protecting species at risk on the territory, Monitoring of invasive species, both aquatic and terrestrial, on the territory, Awareness activities with the population
Resources Available to the Public: Children’s programs, Ecological restoration, Environmental monitoring, Environmental research, Original print, audio or video educational resources, Workshops and events