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Purpose: Offering guided tours to educate, entertain and raise awareness around the importance of ecosystems in the Acadian Peninsula. Wildlife and flora interpretation.
Purpose: The mission of The Pays de Cocagne Sustainable Development Group's (PCSDG) is to engage citizen participation towards the sustainability of Cocagne watershed communities.
Rothesay , NB
Purpose: PEACE-NB envisions an earth where people act as stewards, protecting the ecosystems that still exist for the sustenance of all life. Its mission is to advocate for life, facilitate citizens' empowerment and create awareness that solutions exist and are possible now.
Purpose: Our goals are to: 1) Maintain and improve water quality in the Petitcodiac River and its watershed. 2) Maintain and improve ecosystem health in the Petitcodiac River and its watershed. 3) Develop strategies that support sustainable use of the watershed to provide drinking water, healthy aquatic ecosystems and economies for future generations. 4) Ensure water management and land use planning operate in a way that protects water resources and aquatic habitats.
Purpose: To develop sustainable forest management practices for and by the communities
Purpose: Its mission is: to support and accompany gardeners in their apprenticeship, to promote methods of cultivation and production of healthy and living foods that support life and health.
Purpose: Managing and protecting the Atlantic salmon stocks in the Restigouche River.
Purpose: RAVEN aims to conduct activist research to support rural champions working for the environment, by producing digital media to raise awareness and support for environmental issues and rural community development.
Sainte Marie de Kent, NB
Purpose: To restore the fish habitat and fish stocks to an acceptable level. The Southeastern Anglers Association's mission is to oversee the sport fisheries and safeguard the beautiful rivers of the Southeastern region of New Brunswick.
Purpose: Promote the environmental protection of the coast and wetlands from Cocagne to Murray Corner