World Water Day in a changed world

It’s World Water Day in a changed world.

I don’t know about you, but the last few days, I’ve found myself thumbing through months- and years-old photo albums on my phone and scattered across harddrives, scouring for welcome distractions through good memories.

Two things are strikingly clear: that doing this helps, a lot, to relieve some of the anxiety and uncertainty I’m feeling; and the other is how central water — whether it be our bays, rivers, lakes, straights or the stunning open ocean — has been to some of the most cherished moments in my life.

So I open this post up to you to do the same. On this #WorldWaterDay, let’s lift each other up a bit and share a photo (or photos) of our favourite family memories connected to that force which connects us all: our water. You can share by commenting on our #WorldWaterDay post on Facebook or Instagram or replying on Twitter.

Take care of yourself, take care of your community, and we’ll get through this together. — Jon

P.S: Just as we need each other now to get through this pandemic, your Conservation Council will need you in the time ahead, probably more than ever, as we work to build safer, healthier and more resilient communities in New Brunswick. You can stand with us by visiting our website, reading our email updates, and following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram