Campbell Creek Restoration
Started in 2019 this project involved a partnership between NGOs, Wolastoqey communities and organizations, and the City of Fredericton. Annually we monitor how effective the restoration was, collecting valuable data on Atlantic Salmon and aquatic insects. A major part of the restoration was the removal of the >100-year old Campbell Creek dam that was built to provide water to the Marysville Cotton Mill.
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Take the Pledge to support a natural yard and become a steward of your own urban landscape! With just 10 simple actions you can create a more wildlife-friendly yard to support greater native biodiversity. Keep reading for more detailed information and resources.
Education and Outreach
It’s our goal to provide educators, policy makers, stakeholders, and the public with the tools and information to understand our Watershed and the best practices towards sustainability.
Are you a landowner along the Nashwaak River? An educator looking for the tools to teach the importance of protecting and sustaining the Nashwaak Watershed? We are THE go-to source of information and tools you need.
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There’s a variety of ways you can support the watershed and the Association, from becoming a member or making a donation, to volunteering time or expertise. Get started today!
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