The Nature Trust of New Brunswick will host a series of open house events throughout the Lower Saint John River region to meet with the public and share information about land stewardship in the region. The events will provide opportunities for participants to share their knowledge of the land and to learn more about Species at Risk, options for private land conservation, and some of the important areas for conservation in the region.
The Lower Saint John River Watershed Conservation Strategy has been a collaborative project to identify new opportunities for land stewardship and the Nature Trust is excited to share this information and work with landowners who are interested in land conservation in New Brunswick. We’re inviting anyone who has stories of the land to share, or wants to learn more about how we can work together to become better caretakers of New Brunswick’s natural resources – everyone is welcome!
For more information about the Lieutenant-Governor’s Award for Excellence in Land Conservation, visit naturetrust.nb.ca.
The Nature Trust of New Brunswick is a non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to preserving New Brunswick’s outstanding ecological landscapes for people and nature. The Nature Trust currently protects 36 nature preserves in the province. For more information about the organization, visit naturetrust.nb.ca.