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Purpose: G3E has created a community-based movement that has been working on water issues for over 30 years by developing citizen science programs. G3E builds on current social and environmental issues, including climate change adaptation and environmental education, to create programs that make a difference, one river at a time.
Purpose: The Hammond River Angling Association's mandate is to protect and preserve the Hammond River watershed through education, conservation and community interaction.
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.
Purpose: The JGLWA provides science-based education, monitoring and climate change adaptation services for residents, communities, businesses and organizations. A communication network for sharing news and ideas providing a forum for discussing and resolving issues affecting the watershed ecosystem. We are focused on monitoring water quality, providing educational forums, education and outreach events, and helping members with riparian restoration.
Purpose: The Kennebecasis River Watershed Restoration Committee is a non-profit organization whose mission is to restore the aquatic environment of the Kennebecasis River and tributaries to sustainable conditions for fish and other aquatic life.
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: The Cooperative is a non-profit organization that aims to bring together producers, processors, public markets and all the people who are part of the agri-food community in northeastern New Brunswick. All this, with the goal of advancing food autonomy and sovereignty in the Northeast, and creating visibility for our producers and processors while promoting good environmental values.
Saint John, NB E2M 3C4, NB
Purpose: Founded on Leap principels Focus on a new deal for citizens, including climate change, fair taxation and water rates, grassroots citizen engaged, inequality financially and racially.
Purpose: Atlantic Water Network (AWN) is Atlantic Canada’s hub for community-based water monitoring. For nearly two decades, AWN has supported a growing network of over one-hundred community partner organizations throughout Atlantic Canada in all aspects of water quality monitoring. AWN achieves this by creating shared learning opportunities, offering tailored technical supports, and promoting local water priorities at both regional and national scales.
Purpose: To protect and restore the Meduxnekeag River watershed.