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Open Farm Day 2023 – A look into riparian restoration on farms in NB

Open Farm Day 2023 – A look into riparian restoration on farms in NB Ben Whalen, Executive Director of the Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee In September, the Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee (KWRC) and Nature NB hosted an Open Farm Day to help showcase the important work local watershed organizations and farmers play in protecting species …

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Monarch Butterfly Moves from Special Concern to Endangered under Federal Species at Risk Act

Monarch Butterfly Moves from Special Concern to Endangered under Federal Species at Risk Act On December 8, 2023, amendments to the Species at Risk Act (SARA) were announced by the federal government. As part of the changes, the status of the Monarch Butterfly was changed under Schedule 1 of SARA, the legislation that officially declares …

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Swamp Milkweed Grow-Along, Chapter 1: An intro to winter sowing for Monarchs

Swamp Milkweed Grow-Along, Chapter 1: An intro to winter sowing for Monarchs By Samuel LeGresley, Communications Coordinator at Nature NB A lot of our native plants need a little special care to germinate, but it’s nothing too complicated if you have the space and time to experiment. Embark on this grow-along journey with Nature NB …

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2023 Mary Majka Scholarship Recipients

2023 Mary Majka Scholarship Recipients Nature NB and the Mary Majka Scholarship Fund committee are pleased to announce the four winners of this year’s Mary Majka Scholarship, awarded to students at any stage of their education who will be pursuing projects and programs in the realms of environmental science, conservation, biology, or other subjects that …

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5 Questions with Carli le Roux

The Appalachian Hardwood Forest APRI 28, 2023 — Did you know that Appalachian Hardwood Forests (AHF) house the greatest species diversity of all New Brunswick’s forests? Nature NB caught up with Carli le Roux, Conservation Manager with the Nature Trust of New Brunswick, to learn more about AHF and what we can do to help …

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6 Questions with Meghan Oliver

Tracking New Brunswick’s “Skunk Bird” APR 13, 2023 — The Bobolink, a species at risk listed as threatened in New Brunswick, is a grassland-nesting bird that spends time on New Brunswick farmlands each year for nesting and breeding. In early summer, male Bobolinks are black with a distinctive yellow nape and white back. By late …

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A SARPAL Farm Tour

A sustainable agriculture is one which depletes neither the people nor the land. Wendell Berry NOVEMBER 16, 2022 — In 2019, Nature NB along with 14 other partners – including NGOs, Indigenous Nations, government agencies, and academic partners – formed an initiative called Species at Risk Partnerships in Agricultural Landscapes (SARPAL). In the three years …

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