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Tag: Saint John River

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Saint John River in the fall

On the path to restoring the Saint John River watershed

Wolastoq means “beautiful and bountiful river” in the Maliseet language — it is also known as the Saint John River watershed in New Brunswick. This 700-kilometre labyrinth of blind bays, tributaries, lakes and marshlands... Read More
Wolastoq means “beautiful and bountiful river” in the Maliseet language — it is also known as the Saint John...
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How nature restoration helps reduce rising flood waters

It’s flood season again. Simon Mitchell, WWF-Canada’s Freshwater Lead Specialist, lives steps away from the Saint John River in New Brunswick, so we asked him how our restoration work can help provide nature-based solutions to this... Read More
It’s flood season again. Simon Mitchell, WWF-Canada’s Freshwater Lead Specialist, lives steps away from the Saint John River in...
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Wolastoq

WWF’s Freshwater team is excited to announce an exciting initiative with our local partners in New Brunswick! Along the banks of one of Canada’s oldest working rivers, the Saint John River, we will... Read More
WWF’s Freshwater team is excited to announce an exciting initiative with our local partners in New Brunswick! Along...
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