Healthy Coasts NB
Coastal regions are important zones for wildlife and people.
Healthy Coasts NB is a multi-year, multi-partner project with the collective vision of “a path to healthy coasts and thriving communities in harmony with nature.” Using a two-eyed seeing approach, the project will work with communities to identify and support activities along the coast of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in New Brunswick that will benefit species and coastal habitats of conservation concern and cultural importance. The project also aims to support community livelihoods by encouraging a safe, resilient, and sustainable coastal way of life.
From now until March 2023, we will be hosting events, clean-ups, planning sessions, and much more in many communities along the Northumberland and Gulf of St. Lawrence coasts. We invite you to get involved by:
Completing surveys: Tell us what species, places or activities are important to you and how you would like to be involved in helping to conserve them.
Attending an event: We will be hosting community engagement sessions, educational opportunities and volunteer work days throughout the region.
Engaging with project leaders: Get in touch to learn more about the project and how you can connect with others in your community. You can reach the Healthy Coasts NB Project Coordinator or other project leads by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling the office at 506-459-4209.
Take the Survey!
Do you live in a coastal community in New Brunswick? We want to hear from you! Tell us about all the triumphs and challenges your community is facing to help us help you protect the coastline. Take the survey!
Survey not working? Fill it out on Survey Legend.
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Walk & Talk Miscou
Sunday, September 19, 2021, 10am to 3pm
Come and discover the natural secrets of Miscou’s coastal ecosystems with biologists David Mazerolle and Lewnanny Richardson. Bring what you need to be comfortable!
News & Updates
Do you have an update about the Healthy Coasts NB project? Submit it here.
This project is led and supported by: