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Featured Webinars and Events

Join the Conservation Council for the 2019 Musquash Paddle!

The Conservation Council’s Fundy Baykeeper invites you to participate in a 10-km canoe or kayak paddle down the beautiful Musquash Estuary on Saturday, July 13th.

This fun event allows you to meander down the river and see the vast salt marshes, wildlife and historic shipwrecks in this treasured coastal area.

Nominate Your Eco-Hero! Deadline: July 31

This year we’ve expanded the Milton F Gregg Awards in celebration of our 50th year of environmental action in New Brunswick. You can now nominate your Eco-Hero in one of 15 categories!

Eco Buildings Tour Sneak Peek – Visit an off-grid home today!

Need a little push to sign up for our Pathway to a Cleaner Future: Eco Buildings Tour? Check out this great video made by a wonderful volunteer who wasn’t able to participate this year but still wanted to offer you a glimpse of what you can expect to see at our Eco Buildings Tour on June 1st.

Sign our petition for a plastic bag ban in Saint John!

Waste is an ever-growing issue that far too long has been shrugged off. From New Brunswick’s lack of a household composting program, recyclables that are diverted but not actually being recycled, to the acceptance of excessive packaging or use of single-use plastics such as cutlery, straws or plastic bags, we know we can do better — and the time is now.

Youth speakers increasing at Fredericton climate strike

Outside the New Brunswick Legislature in Fredericton on May 10, more than 250 people, mostly youth, gathered to urge the elected representatives inside to take urgent action on the climate crisis. It was the third “Fridays for Future” climate strike at the Legislature and the crowd has been growing slowly each time.

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