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Learn more about the work the Nature Trust does throughout New Brunswick by browsing our press releases and media advisories.
We have expert board members, volunteers, and staff in our organization who can contribute to news and feature stories on various topics, such as:
General conservation and wildlife;
Habitat loss and fragmentation;
Invasive species and species at risk in New Brunswick;
New Brunswick forests and wetlands;
New Brunswick coastlines;
Conservation benefits and donation options in New Brunswick;
Volunteer activities and connecting New Brunswickers to nature;
Visiting a Nature Trust preserve in your region.
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NATURE TRUST CONSERVES OVER 293 ACRES OF MIXED FOREST AND WETLAND IN CARLETON COUNTY
June 25, 2019
(Lakeville, NB) The Nature Trust of New Brunswick has protected over 293 acres (118 hectares) of various rare and unique forest communities, like mature wet cedar forest, old hardwoods and hemlock, as well as a variety of rich fen and swamp wetlands in the Carleton County region.
Nature Trust PROTECTS RARE SPECIES HABITAT NEAR ST. STEPHEN AND PARTNERS WITH aLCOOL NB lIQUOR COMMUNITY FOUNDATION TO ANNOUNCE PASSPORT TO NATURE
May 17, 2019
(St. Andrews, NB) The Nature Trust of New Brunswick has protected 75 hectares (185 acres) of sensitive mixed forest and Skutik (St. Croix) River shoreline habitat near St. Stephen. To celebrate the protection of the Beausoleil Nature Preserve, the Nature Trust has collaborated with the Alcool NB Liquor (ANBL) Community Foundation to announce a one-year partnership to publish the Passport to Nature.
2018 Lieutenant-Governor Award for Excellence in Land Conservation Winner Announced
November 30, 2018
(FREDERICTON, NB) – The late Owen Washburn, and his wife Sheila Washburn, long-time New Brunswick naturalists and environmentalists, have been honoured with the distinction of being the 2018 recipients of the Lieutenant-Governor’s Award for Excellence in Land Conservation.