Canadian Forestry Association of New Brunswick (CFANB)

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-452-1339
Fax 506-452-7950
Mailing Address Maritime College of Forest Technology 
1350 Regent St 
Fredericton, NB E3B 2G6
Description & Services
Cross Reference CFANB
Description of service(s) CFANB's Mission 
To promote environmental stewardship by being a strong voice in presenting a balanced view of the values and issues associated with the forests and trees of New Brunswick to the people of the province through the provision of information and educational programs.  
Envirothon NB- New Brunswick's High School Environmental Education Program (Bilingual). Students participate in workshops, tours, and presentations, throughout the year learning about forestry, aquatic ecology, soils and land use, wildlife, and current environmental issues. They compete in teams of five in Spring at the Annual Provincial Competition. The winner represents N.B. at the North American Envirothon, in the summer, North America's Largest Environmental Competition. CFANB partners with Science East for this competition.
Hours Mon-Friday: 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Fredericton
Languages English ; French
Location information
Located In Community Fredericton
Address & Map
Maritime College of Forest Technology
1350 Regent St, Room 248
Fredericton, NB E3B 2G6
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Other Details
Service Level (99) Unknown / No Service
Service Categories Elementary Schools ; Environmental Beautification

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