Conservation Council spreading the power of pollinators

The Conservation Council’s recent effort to help teach New Brunswick kids about the power of pollinators was highlighted in a Telegraph-Journal story, published July 23, focused on pollinator education events and activities happening around the … [Read more...]

Beautifying the Dragonfly Centre for Austism

Our Learning Outside Coordinator, Nadine Ives, and a couple of our new summer interns were in beautiful St. Andrews this week helping the summer campers at the Dragonfly Centre for Autism  plant their brand-new pollinator garden. Everyone was all … [Read more...]

We’re teaching kids in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea about the power of pollinators, and we need your help!

You see all those extra seedlings popping up around your garden? Don't let a good pollinator go to waste! Drop-off any native pollinator plants you can spare at the Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Center at 139 Water St., St. Andrews, and help support … [Read more...]

Mark your calendars! Upcoming workshops!

Celebrate Canadian Environmental Week  (June 5-11) by joining us for our upcoming workshops on creating pollinator-friendly gardens and habitats. Learn about our local pollinators and how you can provide them with the food they need and create … [Read more...]

Spring is in the air! Help Mom plant a Pollinator Garden this Mother’s Day

Spring is here, and that means it’s time for New Brunswick’s pollinators to begin buzzing about! If you are looking for an extra special gift for mom this Mother’s Day, consider planting her a pollinator garden. Not only will you be giving mom a gift … [Read more...]

CCNB is celebrating Pollinator Week!

The role pollinators play in our daily lives, and the simple way in which you can help to increase their numbers. This week we celebrate the National Pollinator Week; a time to appreciate our pollinators’ work and spread the word about what you … [Read more...]

EcoNews: Climate action = job creation

This edition of EcoNews lets you know about our just released proposal for climate action in New Brunswick, and our response to the federal government's study of the proposed Sisson mine. Also shared here is this week's news that Mi'kmaq Chiefs are … [Read more...]

Neonics and other risky pesticides kept on market too long: federal watchdog

A new audit from the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development has revealed that the agency responsible for managing pesticide use in Canada is taking years to ban products that are known to harm people and the … [Read more...]

A visit to David Smith’s ‘Save a Native Plant’ Nursery

This blog is the first in a series about our pollinator garden at Conserver House. You can find the second blog here. Last week our interns Aliza, Olivia and Karyn traveled to David Smith’s garden to learn more about native plant species in New … [Read more...]