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Purpose: The primary aims of the Fredericton Area Watersheds Association are to provide means by which interested citizens of the region can become involved in urban natural resource management efforts, to monitor and report on stream conditions, and to build strong working relationships between our community representatives and government agencies.
Purpose: The Campus Food Strategy Group for UNB/STU [CFSG] seeks to increase access to sustainable, healthy, affordable food on campus, and to educate students on the importance of localized, equitable food systems.
Purpose: To work in collaboration with the Province of New Brunswick Department of Tourism and Parks and/or any of its successors in the management and stewardship of Mount Carleton Provincial Park by promoting, supplementing and enhancing the programs, facilities and resources of the park.
Purpose: Promote the proper management of a Marine Protected area in the Musquash estuary, Bay of Fundy, and to expand the protected area.
Saint John, NB
Purpose: To protect Rockwood Park and city neighbourhoods from industrial intrusion and to promote environmental and social justice.
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 and sea birds through research and convey those findings through public education to promote conservation.
Grand Falls, NB
Purpose: Feu Vert or Green Light advocates for local Sustainable Development in the Grand Falls region. It is the successor to the Upper Saint John Green Space Committee 2003-2008, a small informal group founded by the late Emmett Burgess, which lobbied for and advocated Sustainable Development and Conservation of the area surrounding the Falls and Gorge. Feu Vert has advocated local walking trail development, collaborated on urban tree planting projects, mapped the distribution of White Pine in the Falls and Gorge, and lobbied (successfully) for studies that establish erosion susceptible (riparian) regions within the municipality. Its members advocated for and participated in the development of the Town Green plan.
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.