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Ducks Unlimited Canada

 Ducks Unlimited CanadaManitoba   Conservation of wetlands and associated habitats for the benefit of North American waterfowl and the promotion of a healthy environment for wildlife and humans * On the trail of the marshes: interdisc ... [More] Add Record Add Record

Map RecordEarth Day Canada

Map RecordEarth Day CanadaToronto Downtown 416-599-1991 National charity that inspires and supports people across the country to connect with nature and build resilient communities * leads an annual Earth Day campaign in conjunction with free, year-round, ... [More] Add Record Add Record

Map RecordFundy Model Forest

Map RecordFundy Model ForestKings County 506-432-7575 The Fundy Model Forest is a unique partnership of organizations with an active interest in sustainable resource management. Since 1992, our partnership has been building successful, diverse collaborat ... [More] Add Record Add Record

Map RecordNB Environmental Network

Map RecordNB Environmental NetworkMoncton 506-855-4144 To encourage and facilitate networking and communication among member groups in order to advance their work to protect the Earth and to promote ecologically sound ways of life, and to strengthen the e ... [More] Add Record Add Record

Map RecordNew Brunswick Environmental Network

Map RecordNew Brunswick Environmental NetworkMoncton 506-855-4144 A communication network of close to 100 non-profit environmental groups from across the province of New Brunswick. Add Record Add Record

Map RecordStop Spraying New Brunswick

Map RecordStop Spraying New BrunswickYork County 506- 261-1840 Stop Spraying New Brunswick seeks to promote sustainable forest management practices that benefit the natural resources and the people of New Brunswick Add Record Add Record

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