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Purpose: The Nature Trust of New Brunswick is dedicated to the conservation of areas in New Brunswick that are ecologically significant, stewarding the nature preserves through a network of volunteers, and educating the public about the importance of land conservation.
Blacks Harbour, NB
Purpose: The NBALA is a province wide network of lake associations which is devoted to protecting and improving the quality of N.B. lakes for multiple values as well as promoting sound land practices around N.B. lakes. This mission will be carried out by assisting organizations and individuals through public dialogue, information exchange and collaborative efforts. The NBALA empowers established and potential member organizations to achieve their goals by promoting cooperation and serving their needs by providing a strong united voice.
Riverside Albert, NB
Purpose: Permanent moratorium on shale gas development in NB; Transition to a sustainable low-carbon economy
Purpose: The NBCLT, a registered charity that holds conservation easements to be maintained in perpetuity, aims to help realize the potential of carbon offsetting to provide sustainable funding for environmental protection, climate change mitigation and rural economic development projects throughout New Brunswick.
Purpose: a) Organize and participate in the planning of educational public conferences or forums. b) Work with other environmental groups. c) Promote and work with syndicated environmental committees in NB d) Follow up on environmental issues that preoccupy the members.
Purpose: To improve respiratory health. To improve both indoor and outdoor air quality and reduce the emission of greenhouse gases at work, home and play.
Porter Cove, NB
Purpose: To protect our ecosystem
Purpose: To promote organic crop improvement and help with Organic certification of farms, processors, distributors, and retailers if desired.
French Lake, NB
Purpose: The OROMOCTO RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION INC. ( ORWAI ) is a non profit organization committed to the improvement of the Oromocto Watershed. The Oromocto River Watershed should be managed as a healthy ecosystem that balances a variety of commercial and economic, tourism and recreation, public and private landowners interests. All stakeholders are committed to sustaining the scenic and pristine nature of the watershed in a manner consistent with the pursuits of all user groups. The Oromocto watershed should serve the communities while maintaining a healthy resource for generations to come. It is vitally important to build with stakeholders and volunteer groups and individuals to promote involvement in education, awareness, utilization and action plans for watershed improvements. The (ORWAI) advocacy strategy should actively promote and sustain productive partnership with government agencies, industry, towns, villages, communities and individuals.
Purpose: Offering guided tours to educate, entertain and raise awareness around the importance of ecosystems in the Acadian Peninsula. Wildlife and flora interpretation.