New Brunswick

Since 1989, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has been working to conserve New Brunswick’s most significant natural areas. Based in Fredericton, NCC has created more than 40 nature reserves — from the Acadian Peninsula in the north, to the island of Grand Manan in the south. To date, with the help of conservation-minded landowners and community supporters, we’ve protected more than 20,000 acres (8,000 hectares) of this province's most ecologically significant habitats.

Plan a visit to our most popular nature reserves: the Johnson’s Mills Shorebird Interpretive Centre near Sackville, Musquash Estuary Nature Reserve near Saint John and  Grand Manan Migratory Bird Sanctuary. We also welcome anyone interested in hands-on conservation to get involved in NCC’s Conservation Volunteers program.

Stories from the Field

Riverside Albert stream (Photo by NCC)

Riverside Albert stream (Photo by NCC)

Episode Three: Nature, the Engineer

This is the story of a village that needed a forest to protect its drinking water. Continue Reading »

Allison Patrick observing a tree in Riverside Albert (Photo by NCC)

Allison Patrick observing a tree in Riverside Albert (Photo by NCC)

Better together: Working with the Village of Riverside-Albert to protect a rare forest

NCC's conservation biologist explains the importance of working with the Village of Riverside-Albert to help protect a rare forest and the village's water reservoir. Continue Reading »

From Our Blog

Red maple (Photo by Jean Isaacs)

Red maple (Photo by Jean Isaacs)

Emblems of Canada: tree edition

September 25, 2018

Trees have played a significant cultural role in the lives of many Canadians; they are engrained in our national identity. Take the Canadian flag for instance. It features a single, prominent red maple leaf in the centre, which speaks to the... Continue Reading »

Supporter Spotlight

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