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    Increasing Aquatic Habitat Connectivity with WWF Canada

    29 March 2016 – Moncton, N.B.
    The Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance (PWA) is proud to announce its collaboration with WWF Canada to join efforts in culvert and aquatic habitat connectivity assessment, resulting …

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    The “Love Your Chocolate River” Valentine’s Dinner & Silent Auction

    The Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance is very pleased & proud to announce that tickets are currently on sale for our first ever “Love Your Chocolate River” Valentine’s Dinner & Silent Auction fundraising …

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    New Brunswick Citizen Scientists Get Wet!

    11 January 2016 – New Brunswick’s rivers inspire local communities to band together to protect, improve, and manage their waterways. For almost two decades, community based watershed organizations across the province have …

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    The Petitcodiac receives Freshwater Critical Habitat designation for Atlantic Salmon

    4 January 2015 – Historically, the Petitcodiac River was responsible for over 20% of the production of Inner Bay of Fundy (IBoF) Atlantic Salmon stocks. When the causeway was installed in 1968, …

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The Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance

A non-profit environmental science and education organization that works to enhance and maintain the Petitcodiac and Memramcook Rivers and their tributaries. Our actions are guided by what we want to leave behind for future generations.

The Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance (previously known as the Petitcodiac Watershed Monitoring Group or PWMG-GSBP Inc.) is a charitable organization that promotes watershed awareness, encourages the community to take part in identifying environmental problems, and follows through with actions to restore and protect the watershed.

PWA Does the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup!

24 September 2015 – The PWA is partnering with the WWF and the Vancouver Aquarium to bring you the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup x 2! If you’ve been wanting to help out …

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