Nature Trust of New Brunswick

Land Stewards


stew·ard·ship: the responsible overseeing and protection of something considered worth caring for and preserving

Land stewards are the Nature Trust’s eyes and ears on the ground at our various nature preserves. They are responsible for monitoring and caring for their assigned preserve by conducting a monitoring report at least once per year to note any changes to the site. They should also be able to complete small tasks on the preserve such as trimming the trees along the trail or repairing the entrance sign.

This is a great opportunity for those who love being outdoors, want to be involved in land conservation, and live close to a preserve.

Land Stewards are currently needed for the following properties:

Saints Rest Marsh-F. Gordon Carvell Nature Preserve: A piece of one of the largest salt marshes on the Bay of Fundy located in Saint John West. This preserve is easily accessible.

Contact Renata at for more information.

Land Stewards’ Resources

Help keep an eye on invasive species on our nature preserves:

Invasive Species Survey Form

Invasive Species Field Guide

(Updated: Feb. 2014)


The Nature Trust of New Brunswick
404 Queen St. 3rd floor
P.O. Box 603, Station A
Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5A6
Phone: (506)457-2398
Fax: (506)450-2137

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