Events calendar

Sunday. 19 March, 2023 - Saturday. 25 March, 2023
Week 12
Tuesday. 21 March, 2023
1:00 pm

Launch of the CLIMAtlantic Coastal Adaptation Toolkit and our new adaptation video | Lancement de la Boîte à outils d’adaptation côtière de CLIMAtlantic et de notre nouvelle vidéo sur l’adaptation

Tuesday, March 21st, CLIMAtlantic will launch our Coastal Adaptation Toolkit (CAT), an online toolkit which provides Atlantic rural coastal communities and property owners with adaptation options to address the impacts from climate change. 

Join our launch via webinar on Tuesday, March 21st at 1pm ADT for our launch!


1:30 pm

Pollinator Gardening Workshop

Join Scott’s Nursery, Nature NB, and the Nashwaak Watershed Association to learn about how to transform your yard into a pollinator-friendly environment. This event will include a presentation about pollinator-friendly gardening, an opportunity to learn about NWAI’s “Natural Yard Pledge,” a chance to plant some germinated swamp milkweed seeds, and a tour of Scott’s greenhouses. Register by calling Scott's Nursery today-1-506-260-5279 – space is limited.

Date: Tuesday, March 21, 1:30-3pm.
Scott’s Nursery, 2192 Route 102 Hwy, Lincoln.

7:00 pm

Nature Moncton March Meeting

Mapleton Park Rotary Lodge

The Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance has a wide variety of current and past projects. Generally, these fit into 4 general categories: scientific monitoring, habitat improvement, environmental assessment, and education & outreach. Together, these themes provide a rounded approach to restoring and protecting the ecological services of the water systems that flow into Shepody Bay through science-based research, action, and public outreach.
Wednesday. 22 March, 2023
12:30 pm

Program for the Restoration and creation of wetlands and hydric environments in Quebec

Online/En ligne

The Program for the Restoration and Creation of Wetlands and Hydric Environment (PRCMHH) aims to finance preliminary studies and projects for the restoration and creation of functional and sustainable wetlands and hydric environments.

1:00 pm

Quispamsis Engagement Session - Building Connected Communities: Adapting to the Climate Crisis Through Nature

Quispamsis QPlex Conference Centre

Climate change is here, it is happening, and it is impacting New Brunswickers across the province.  Nature-based and natural approaches to adapting to climate change focus on implementing infrastructure that restores and protects natural areas while removing greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere, reducing flooding and stormwater surge risks, and supporting biodiversity.  

Join us for an engagement session in your region to help us determine how nature-based climate solutions can benefit your communities, what barriers to implementation you might face in your local governments, and how we can best develop a cost-benefit analysis tool to support decision-making. These engagement sessions will also involve sharing resources and related tools to support your communities in gaining the capacity to implement nature-based climate solutions as well as the preliminary results of a public survey of opinion of New Brunswick residents on nature-based climate solutions. 

These engagement sessions are targeted towards municipal/local government staff and elected officials but we also welcome representatives from local community organizations and interested local residents.

There will be engagement sessions in the Dieppe on February 22nd, Fredericton on February 28th, Edmundston on February 28th, Bathurst on March 1st, Perth-Andover on March 1st, Quispamsis on March 3rd, online on March 14th.

These engagement sessions are being held as a component of the Research and Knowledge Initiative project Supporting Climate Risk Mitigation for Municipalities with Nature-based Infrastructure - Research and Knowledge Initiative. The New Brunswick Environmental Network is leading this project along with project partner Nature NB and is supported by an advisory committee including representatives from the New Brunswick Climate Change Secretariat, CLIMAtlantic, Infrastructure Canada, Union of New Brunswick Municipalities, and the Association francophone des municipalités du Nouveau-Brunswick. This project is funded in part by Infrastructure Canada and the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. For more information, visit the community of practice for nature based solutions or contact the Project Coordinator, Lilian Barraclough at

1:00 pm

Freshwater - Impact of climate change on surface and groundwater.

World Water Day 2023, come learn about the impact of flooding on water quality and how we can better prepare to protect water in our community.
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