Events calendar

Sunday. 18 July, 2021 - Saturday. 24 July, 2021
Week 29
Sunday. 18 July, 2021
10:00 am

2021 Beaubassin-est Garden Tour

On Sunday July 18th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the public is invited to visit six beautiful private gardens (flowers, vegetables, shrubs) situated between Barachois and Cap-Pelé. This free and fun family activity is an ideal occasion to admire striking garden arrangements and gain advice and tips from talented and passionate gardeners. In the gardens, there will also be a presentation of local talents (musicians, singers, etc.), medicinal plants, painters, hooking, etc.
Monday. 19 July, 2021
6:30 pm

Wild Edible Walk (Cookville)

Take an evening stroll through the 120 acres at AWI and learn about wild edibles, utilitarian and midicinal qualities of local flora.
Tuesday. 20 July, 2021
1:00 pm

The Science on Toxic Chemicals in the Built Environment: Environmental Health Disparities and Equity-Driven Solutions

Online/En ligne

During this webinar, MyDzung T. Chu, Tom Bruton, and Annie Hoang will present recent research examining the health impacts of exposure to particulate matter, PFAS, and methylene chloride in the built environment. They will also discuss potential opportunities for protecting vulnerable populations including environmental justice communities and workers facing increased risks of harmful exposure.

Wednesday. 21 July, 2021
12:00 am

Fresh Air program: Angie and Tracey Richard at Parlee Beach Provincial Park

Parlee Beach Provincial Park/Parc provincial de la plage Parlee

The Fresh AIR program is a collaboration between the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture and the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb). The 2021 edition of this program will allow each of the ten professional artists selected to spend five days in provincial parks and tourism sites during the summer. These residencies will allow artists to develop their practice and engage with the public in a natural setting during the challenging reality of COVID-19.

12:00 am

Deadline for comments on proposed order adding Talc to Schedule 1 of CEPA

Online/En ligne

The proposed order adding Talc to Schedule 1 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 was published for a 60-day public comment period ending on July 21, 2021.
12:00 am

Deadline for comments on Proposed Risk Management Approach for Chlorocresol

Online/En ligne

The Final Screening Assessment for Chlorocresol was published. The Proposed Risk Management Approach for Chlorocresol was also published for a 60-day public comment period ending on July 21, 2021.
11:00 am

Green Economy New Brunswick Membership Information Session

Online/En ligne

Join us to learn how Green Economy New Brunswick can support your organization’s sustainability journey.
6:30 pm

Willow Craft (Cookville)

Work with Willow shoots to make useful and decorative projects such as flowers, dragonflies, fish and baskets.
Thursday. 22 July, 2021
12:30 pm

Q&A with Minister Bernadette Jordan, Canada’s Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard

Online/En ligne

Join Nature Canada in a conversation with The Honourable Bernadette Jordan, Canada’s Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard on July 22nd at 12:30PM EST.

Friday. 23 July, 2021
12:00 am

Mission Monarch Blitz

From July 23 to August 1, folks across North America are surveying Milkweed patches and sharing their observations. This provides a valuable snapshot of the monarch population status across the butterfly's migratory path.
6:30 pm

Berry Baskets (Cookville)

Make a basket out of cedar bark that works very well as a lovely berry collecting basket.
Saturday. 24 July, 2021
1:00 pm

Monarch Blitz: Saint John Public Gardens

Saint John Public Gardens

Help Nature NB monitor Monarch Butterflies for the International Monarch Monitoring Blitz! Join us for an afternoon Milkweed survey and learn to identify monarch eggs, caterpillars and butterflies. Additionally, there will be some interactive Monarch butterfly games and a demonstration of the Monarch life cycle.
3:00 pm

Irving Nature Park Family Monarch Survey

Irving Nature Park

Help Nature NB monitor Monarch Butterflies for the International Monarch Monitoring Blitz! Join us for an afternoon Milkweed survey and learn to identify monarch eggs, caterpillars and butterflies. Additionally, there will be some interactive Monarch butterfly games and a demonstration of the Monarch life cycle.

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