Photo: Mount Carleton Provincial Park - LeeAnn Haggerty

For the first time in decades, the province is asking for your input on the New Brunswick Parks Act, the law that decides what happens in our provincial parks.

Despite all of our parks’ stunning scenery, wildlife watching and beautiful beaches, the current Parks Act doesn’t even refer to nature or conservation! CPAWS' calls for a review of the Act have been successful, so now it's important that the government hears from people like you who care about our provincial parks.

Please take a moment right now to write a letter to let them know what you think is important to include in our Parks Act. Comments are due on September 13th.

We need a strong law that will forever protect the wilds of Mount Carleton Provincial Park, the seashore of New River Beach and all our other provincial park treasures. With your help, we can secure a better future for our provincial parks.

Yours in conservation,

Roberta Clowater
Executive Director, CPAWS-NB

Photo: Mount Carleton Provincial Park - LeeAnn Haggerty

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