Nature Trust of New Brunswick
  • Nature Trust of New Brunswick conserves habitat along the Northwest Miramichi River

    (Miramichi, NB) The Nature Trust of New Brunswick has acquired 48 hectares (119 acres) of land along the banks of the Northwest Miramichi River. The conservation of this land was possible through a generous donation made by members of the Kingston family in memory of their ancestors, William and Loreen (Sherrard) Kingston, as well as […]

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  • Nature Trust announces extension of iconic coastal nature preserve in Blacks Harbour

    Nature Trust announces extension of iconic coastal nature preserve in Blacks Harbour

    Photo: Scenic view of Pea Point Island from the coastal trail on the Connors Bros. Nature Preserve at Pea Point. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, July 25, 2016 The Nature Trust of New Brunswick has added an additional 11 acres of conserved land to an existing nature preserve in the Village of Blacks Harbour along the […]

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  • All hands on deck for The Great Fundy Cleanup

    All hands on deck for The Great Fundy Cleanup

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, July 18, 2016 The Bay of Fundy is known internationally for its dramatic tides, diverse marine life and stunning coastal views, but many may not be aware of the extent of the issue of marine debris in the region. On Saturday, July 23, the Nature Trust of New Brunswick is leading […]

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  • Exploring the Upper St. John River by big canoe

    Exploring the Upper St. John River by big canoe

    (Fredericton, NB) On Saturday, July 9, the Nature Trust of New Brunswick, Canoe Kayak New Brunswick and the Woodstock First Nation will be hosting a 25 km big canoe paddling trip along the Upper St. John River, starting in Florenceville-Bristol and ending in Hartland. This is the second year in a row the event will […]

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  • Grand opening celebration for the Ferris Street Forest and Wetland Nature Preserve

    Grand opening celebration for the Ferris Street Forest and Wetland Nature Preserve

    (Fredericton, NB) – After over four years of working to conserve the land surrounding the Sunset U-Pick on Fredericton’s north side, members of the ‘Friends of Ferris Street’ community stewardship group are now ready to celebrate their hard work. On Saturday, June 11 from 10 am to 2 pm, the Friends of Ferris Street and […]

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  • Long-time Nature Trust of New Brunswick volunteer honoured with Canada-US volunteer award

    Long-time Nature Trust of New Brunswick volunteer honoured with Canada-US volunteer award

    (Fredericton, NB) Rothesay resident Walter Emrich has been recognized with the 2016 Longard Volunteer Award from the Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment for his outstanding efforts as a long-time volunteer with the Nature Trust of New Brunswick. This award is given annually to an individual from one of the five provinces and […]

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  • Celebrating diversity of life: New logo for New Brunswick

    Celebrating diversity of life: New logo for New Brunswick

    (Fredericton, NB)  To celebrate May 22, the UN International Day for Biological Diversity, groups in New Brunswick are demonstrating the high value they place on the province’s natural beauty and wild spaces with the launch of a new logo.  The logo, with the words ‘Live Wild: Together for New Brunswick Biodiversity’, will help to mainstream […]

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  • The Nature Trust of New Brunswick moves in next to Crabbe Mountain

    The Nature Trust of New Brunswick moves in next to Crabbe Mountain

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, March 30, 2016 (Fredericton, NB) Crabbe Mountain has a new neighbour. The Nature Trust of New Brunswick has acquired 36 hectares (88 acres) of land within walking distance of the popular ski hill, which has the largest vertical descent in the Maritime provinces. It includes part of a 10 km trail […]

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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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