If you are in support of the Nature Trust's work, please Vote here! to support one of our initiatives on Boars Head Nature Preserve. You can do it every day for next five days.

Nature Trust of New Brunswick (NTNB) is an incorporated, charitable land trust, founded in 1987. Since its early days the Nature Trust’s main goals have been to protect those areas in New Brunswick that are ecologically significant, and to educate New Brunswickers on the importance of land conservation and the province’s natural heritage. Boar’s Head Nature Preserve is a 27 hectare property located on Ragged Point Road, Saint John. In 2010, the Nature Trust developed a trail plan that would provide citizens with access to this natural area, however, this trail is not fully developed at the moment. This proposal seeks support for completion of the trail which would allow improved community access to Boar’s Head Nature Preserve. This in turn will increase recreational and educational opportunities for citizens and visitors of Saint John. The Nature Trust regularly leads nature hikes and guided walks on our Nature Preserves. A completed trail would mean we could better facilitate exploration of this natural area and educate the public on important ecological issues. The project would include trail layout and maintenance, installation of educational interpretive signs throughout the preserve that highlight the history and ecological significance of the area, and placement of an entrance sign that would welcome visitors and give trail information.
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