Join us for a fun-filled evening of snowshoeing and listening out for owls at Mactaquac Dam led by the wonderful Ian Smith. The event will be led in both English & French. Please register via Eventbrite.
Good volunteers are essential for non-profits and charities. We are fortunate here at the NWAI to have dedicated and passionate directors on our board. For our 27th anniversary, we captured this updated photo of our directors and welcomed Ian Lodge as our new president! https://t.co/iZrBH4R2Xp
@WWFCanada: “The loss of species globally is not something that’s simply occurring in the far-flung reaches of the Earth. It’s happening here, at home in Canada.” – @JDMSnider, WWF-Canada's VP of science, knowledge and innovation
At our recent AGM we thanked outgoing president Peter Toner with this gift. Peter supported staff, helped develop a 10-year strategic plan, stood against the Sisson Mine, and lots more. The Nashwaak has benefitted immensely from his passion and dedication. Thank you, Peter! https://t.co/Xpj9Yldioa
Good volunteers are essential for non-profits and charities. We are fortunate here at the NWAI to have dedicated, passionate, and capable directors on our board. For our 27th anniversary we captured this updated photo of our directors. Standing (L to R): Andrew Holland, Martha McClure, Dorothy Diamond, Ian Lodge (President), Mike Chamberlain. Seated (L to R): Tom Cheney, Stephanie Merrill, Peter Toner and Jean-Guy Leaman. Missing from the photo are Julia Carpenter and Parker Menzies. We welcomed Ian Lodge as our new president. Ian has been on the board of directors since 2019, and lives with his family in Zionville. For more information on the board of directors please visit our website. ... See MoreSee Less