• Monitoring water quality in the Petitcodiac and Memramcook River watersheds since 1997.

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    Summer Student Positions Available!

    Position: Project Assistant
    Start date (tentative): May 15th, 2017
    End date (tentative): August 31st, 2017
    Application deadline: April 10th, 2017 at midnight. Late applications will not be considered.
    Remuneration: $12.00/hour …

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    Funding for Causeway Replacement Confirmed: $61.6 Million

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    This isn’t a usual entry for the Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance website. It isn’t a press release or a report- rather an emotional journaling of what my experience has been with …

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    News from the Atlantic Salmon Conservation Foundation

    Launch of fifth annual Protect our Rivers campaign
    23 August 2016
    FREDERICTON – The Atlantic Salmon Conservation Foundation in partnership with Alcool NB Liquor launched the fifth year of their Protect Our …

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    Spray Painting Storm Drains in the Name of Conservation!

    23 August 2016 – Moncton, N.B. Last Friday, we were able to spend a day outside speaking to our wonderful community about the connection between local land and sea. Storm drains are …

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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.

Documenting the evolution of the Petitcodiac River with local ecological knowledge!

Come participate in a short and interactive workshop where you can share your experiences of working, living or playing along the Petitcodiac River and its tributaries. We are looking to learn …

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