Conservation Council of New Brunswick

The Conservation Council hosts an on-going series of community workshops at Conserver House (the Conservation Council’s headquarters in Fredericton). These are open to everybody and are developed with families in mind. The workshops cover biodiversity topics including backyard birds, monarchs and milkweeds, creating native plant/pollinator-friendly gardens, the importance of pollinators, and more. All workshops include hands-on activities for all ages, along with information to take home. The aim is to help New Brunswickers of all ages engage with the natural world around them by learning about local biodiversity, sharing their experiences with others, and taking action to provide/improve habitat for local species. Additional information.

This project has been active since 2016.En Bi Col Tag jpg
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