Join The Fight to End Glyphosate Spraying on Our Forest

It's time for a smarter, healthier plan for managing our Crown forest.

Use our letter-writing tool to tell your MLA, all party leaders, and the members of the Standing Committee on Climate Change and Environmental Stewardship to ban the spraying of our forest. Our pre-written letter will get you started, but we encourage you to add your comments on spraying and large-scale clearcutting and how it has affected you.

Want to help more? Share this campaign with friends and family to let them know you care or are concerned with the the use of glyphosate on the Crown forest.  Knowing others share our concerns helps all of us feel connected to each other and feel more confident we can solve problems together. You can also share your letter on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter (and be sure to tag us, @conservationcouncil on Facebook, @cc_nb on Twitter and @conservationcouncilnb on Instagram).

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