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Outdoor Winter

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Join Nature NB and Parks NB at Mactaquac Provincial Park for this free outdoor workshop. From winter birds to tracks and scat, learn about nature during winter from experienced naturalists. As a participant you will also learn skills as an outdoor leader in your own group or community.

Who should register? Outdoor leaders, educators, naturalists, and anyone interested in learning more about New Brunswick’s natural heritage during the winter months.

Travel subsidies may be available upon request.  For more information, or to register, please contact Nature NB at (506)-459-4209 or

Atelier Plein Air d’Hiver
Samedi, le 15 mars, 2014

Joignez-vous à Nature NB et Parcs Nouveau-Brunswick au Parc provincial Mactaquac pour cet atelier gratuit en plein air. Des oiseaux d'hiver, aux pistes et excréments, venez en apprendre davantage sur la nature en hiver, de naturalistes expérimentés. En tant que participant, vous pourrez également acquérir des compétences comme animateur en plein air pour votre propre groupe ou votre communauté.

Qui doit s'inscrire ? Les animateurs de plein air, les éducateurs, les naturalistes et toutes les personnes intéressées à en apprendre davantage sur le patrimoine naturel du Nouveau-Brunswick au cours des mois d'hiver.

Des subventions de voyage peuvent être disponibles sur demande. Pour plus d'informations, ou pour vous inscrire, s'il vous plaît contactez Nature NB au (506) -459-4209 ou

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Action Alerts

ACTION ALERT: Reinstate funding to the Canadian Environmental Network

Friday, 03 February 2017
by Raissa Marks
The Canadian Environmental Network and its provincial affiliate networks need your help!

Historically, the Canadian Environmental Network and its provincial affiliate networks including the NBEN received annual core funding from the Government of Canada. This was used to facilitate networking on environmental issues across the country, coordinate national and provincial issue-based caucuses, coordinate ENGO participation in federal public consultation processes, and maintain open lines of communication between ENGOs and the federal government.

In 2011, as part of the across-the-board cuts to civil society organizations by the previous federal government, all federal funding to the RCEN and its provincial affiliate networks was cut. This left the national network and most of the affiliates with functioning primarily on a voluntary basis with limited capacity to do their work.

There is hope that the current government will provide for renewed funding in its upcoming budget. This funding is crucial for the survival of the national network and many of the provincial affiliate networks. A proposal has been submitted. It now needs strong and immediate support from environmental groups and individuals across the country.

This is where you come in!

Please take a few minutes to write to Prime Minister Trudeau and your MP telling them why you value the RCEN, your provincial affiliate network, or environmental networking at the national level in general. Feel free to use the template letter provided below. You can personalize it based on your experience or simply copy and paste.

Trudeau’s email is and you can find your MP’s email here:

Let’s show our federal politicians that a strong, well-connected grassroots environmental community is essential to a strong Canada!

Draft Template Letter:

Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,

I am writing to ask that annual core funding to the Canadian Environmental Network (RCEN) be reinstated.

Historically, the RCEN provided a crucial link between environmental groups across the country, both large and small. This link was vital in helping communities address environmental issues right across the country and ensuring a robust approach to the development of environmental policy in Canada.

Since funding was cut in 2011, the RCEN and most of its provincial affiliate networks have been functioning primarily on a voluntary basis with limited capacity to do their work. This is not acceptable. A strong, well-connected grassroots environmental community is essential to a strong Canada. I urge you to reinstate core funding for this crucial work immediately.


Still Time to Submit Comments - Snowmobile Trail Development up Mount Carleton

Monday, 21 November 2016
by Roberta Clowater, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society - New Brunswick Chapter
You can still send in your comments until end of day Nov 21 (Monday) on the environmental assessment report about the proposed snowmobile trail at Mount Carleton Provincial Park. If you're not sure what to say, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society - NB Chapter has summarized some of our key messages here:

Please send comments or questions to: or mail to: Lynn White, Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1.