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Saint John, NB
Purpose: Promote the proper management of a Marine Protected area in the Musquash estuary, Bay of Fundy, and to expand the protected area.
Saint Louis de Kent, NB
Purpose: Promote the protection and sustainable use of the environment through education and raising awareness. Measure the health status of the river, undertake research on the state of resources, water classification in the targetted watersheds, distribute the information gathered and act as a liaison between the community and government services.
Purpose: The UNESCO-designated Fundy Biosphere Reserve is dedicated to conserving biodiversity and promoting sustainable development.
Grand Manan, NB
Purpose: To investigate the complexities of the Bay of Fundy ecosystem with special emphasis on marine mammals, basking sharks, lobsters, zooplankton, and sea birds through research and convey those findings through public education to promote conservation.
Purpose: The Mission of Green Light NB Feu Vert is to promote education that leads to action on reducing the impact of the Northwestern New Brunswick region on the environment, with a focus on issues surrounding Climate Change. Three main areas of concern were identified (and are subject to change): 1. Sustainable Forestry; 2. Reduction of the use of plastics; and 3. Promotion of the use of Electric Vehicles (EVs).
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; focusing on monitoring water quality, providing educational forums, and developing riparian restorations.
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.