Great trees is a best seller!

Great trees of New Brunswick, authored by David Palmer and Tracy Glynn, is a best seller inside the province! Have you got your copy yet? It’s also been making headlines. The Kings County Record recently wrote about the newly-released … [Read more...]

New Brunswick’s ‘PR person for wildlife’ receives national conservation award

Quispamsis naturalist, Jim Wilson, is this year's recipient of the Roland Michener Conservation Award – Photo credits to CBC New Brunswick Jim Wilson, described as “the public relations person for wildlife in New Brunswick,” has been awarded this … [Read more...]

Sign up for this year’s Smart Shift Summit! Spend this March 27th &28th learning about green opportunities!

Spread the word! Connect with one of the many New Brunswick organizations working to inspire with new and innovative opportunities stemming from cost-effective reductions to greenhouse gasses, an electrified economy and a sustainable infrastructure … [Read more...]

Map of migrating monarch butterflies signals need for cross-continental conservation efforts

A new report by University of Guelph researchers shows that the monarch butterflies seen in New Brunswick in late summer become part of the famed Monarchs migration from North America to their overwintering sites in Mexico. While it was previously … [Read more...]

Recycle old cellphones and batteries at the Conservation Council

New year, new cell phone? Wondering what to do with your old one? Don't worry, we can recycle it! Start 2017 on a green foot and pop by the Conservation Council's Fredericton office at 180 St. John Street and drop off your old cell phone or … [Read more...]

Day #2 at Energy East NEB sessions in Fredericton

Today in Fredericton, the National Energy Board panel heard from representatives from the Union of Municipalities of New Brunswick, residents from Anthony’s Cove (Saint John area), representatives from the First Nations communities of; St. Mary’s, … [Read more...]