@CanadaTrees: Tree planting can help restore ecosystem and climate health—but only if it's done with those long-term goals in mind. As ED Daimen Hardie points out in @globeandmail, forest resilience depends on a greater diversity of tree species being planted.
We have an amazing new sign for our restoration site at Neill's flats! Many thanks to Doug Daley and the team at Kiers Marketing for their design work, Allan Tremblay for the translation and our summer student Ryan Totten for designing and building the gorgeous frame. https://t.co/xiFkhwlcVJ
Executive Director Marieka Chaplin was honoured to receive a Gulf of Maine Council 2022 Visionary Award, on behalf of the NWAI. The award recognizes outstanding innovation, creativity, and commitment to protecting natural resources within the Gulf of Maine. https://t.co/bX5rNGaleF
The (Nashwaak) watershed is home to 38 species of mammals, 15 species of amphibians, 7 species of reptiles, more than 200 species of birds, and more than two dozen species of fish. " -Philip Lee, author of the Restigouche – The Long Run of the Wild River. #natureconservationdayhttps://t.co/YH62RTBAJf
Thanks so much to the volunteers who helped us count monarch caterpillars and eggs this week! We examined 265 stems of common milkweed along the trails and found 32 caterpillars and 11 eggs. Thanks Nature NB for helping us participate in the monarch bioblitz! ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for an excuse to get outside after all this rain? Join us tomorrow (Tuesday) evening to look for monarch eggs and caterpillars! No need to register - just meet us in the parking lot of York Arena (891 Barker St.) at 6:30 for some citizen science and fresh air!! ... See MoreSee Less