Nature Trust of New Brunswick
  • Nature Trust Grand Tour Events Series

    Nature Trust Grand Tour Events Series

    This year, the Nature Trust of New Brunswick is embarking on its first ever ‘Grand Tour’ event series – visiting more nature preserves in one season than ever before to accomplish important stewardship work and showcase the unique and natural beauty of each preserve. Along the way, stewardship staff and board members aim to engage […]

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  • Remembering a true friend of the Nature Trust – Don Dennison

    Remembering a true friend of the Nature Trust – Don Dennison

    On Wednesday, July 1, 2015, Donald (Don) Dennison died peacefully in Fredericton, NB from complications of squamous cell cancer. The death of Don Denison is a major loss for the Nature Trust of New Brunswick and he will be missed greatly.  We are fortunate and thankful for his dedicated service on the Board of Directors […]

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  • Florenceville-Bristol elementary school children challenged with naming of new Nature Trust of New Brunswick nature preserve

    Florenceville-Bristol elementary school children challenged with naming of new Nature Trust of New Brunswick nature preserve

    (Photo: Endangered cobblestone tiger beetle – Jonathan Mays) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 25, 2015 (Florenceville-Bristol, NB) Another island in the upper St. John River has been conserved by the Nature Trust of New Brunswick to protect the rare cobblestone tiger beetle—an insect listed as endangered under Canada’s Species at Risk Act.  Located in Simonds, the […]

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  • Nature Trust and Connors Bros. partnership conserves third piece of land in Bay of Fundy

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 26, 2015 (Fredericton, NB) Another piece of coastal wilderness has been protected thanks to an ongoing partnership between the Nature Trust of New Brunswick and Connors Bros. Clover Leaf Seafoods Company.  Frye Island is the largest uninhabited island in the Bay of Fundy and has been identified as an Environmentally Significant […]

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  • ExploreEcoNB recognized for improving the lives of Canadians by connecting them with nature

    ExploreEcoNB recognized for improving the lives of Canadians by connecting them with nature

    FREDERICTON — A ground-breaking partnership between government agencies, recreational groups and environmental NGOs in New Brunswick has received a national award for helping people connect with nature and the outdoors. The groups responsible for ExploreEcoNB, an innovative mobile-mapping application, were presented with the Connected to the Community Award from the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CTWA) […]

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  • Paderno Donates $15,000 to Trees in Trust

    Paderno Donates $15,000 to Trees in Trust

    (Article from Paderno Canada) Charlottetown, PE, November 3, 2014 – Canadian manufacturer Paderno Cookware has teamed up with Trees in Trust programs across Canada in the work to preserve Canadian trees and wildlife and reduce CO2 and global warming. Made in Prince Edward Island, a portion of every sale from Paderno’s new NatureTrust frying pans […]

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  • Pagan Point Nature Preserve Restoration Day in St. Andrews

    Pagan Point Nature Preserve Restoration Day in St. Andrews

    (St. Andrews, NB) On Saturday, October 18, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Nature Trust of New Brunswick will be hosting a restoration day on Pagan Point Nature Preserve in St. Andrews to restore the forest around the preserve’s salt marsh, which has been lost due to storm fall and human disturbance. Nature Trust […]

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  • Nature Trust brings 2014 Annual General Meeting to Village of Gagetown

    Nature Trust brings 2014 Annual General Meeting to Village of Gagetown

    (Village of Gagetown, NB) On Saturday, Oct. 4 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., the Nature Trust of New Brunswick will host their Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Alfred Ashburn Memorial Legion Branch, Tilley Road, in the Village of Gagetown. This event will provide a great opportunity to get out, meet and greet with […]

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Contact

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

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