Let's take care of our land of plenty!

The Pays de Cocagne Sustainable Development Group's (PCSDG) mission is to engage citizen participation towards the sustainability of Cocagne watershed communities
The Pays de Cocagne Sustainable Development Group has prioritized the Cocagne River and Bay Watershed as its action territory. Located on the southeast coast of New Brunswick, it is a typical rural coastal region of the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Most of the watershed is in Kent County with a small section to the southwest located in the Westmorland County. Water from the territory flows into the Northumberland Strait drainage basin, which is part of the Gulf of St. Lawrence ecosystem. This territory has an area of 400 km2 and includes the Cocagne River Watershed, the Cocagne Bay or Harbor as well as several small watersheds to the north of the Cocagne River, all flowing directly into the Northumberland Strait. To the east, the bay reaches Cap de Cocagne. Cocagne Island and Treasure Island (Île de Surette) as well as Barre de Cocagne are coastal characteristics of this watershed.

The aquatic boundaries of the Cocagne Bay Watershed are determined by the flow divide of the neighboring salt water watersheds of Bouctouche Bay to the north and Shediac Bay to the east.

A variety of habitats can be found in that region. Land close to the bay reveals several areas of salt marshes as well as low undulating hills with forested and agricultural areas. The region has many primary and secondary residences. Wetlands include also peatland, mostly in the upper part of the river watershed.

Several communities in South-East New Brunswick such as Cocagne, Notre-Dame, Irishtown,Saint-Antoineand Grande-Digue are part of the territory being studied. The local economy relies on natural resources as well as on goods and services the region has to offer because of its proximity to Moncton, Dieppe, Riverview, Shediac and Bouctouche.

Upcoming activities

“Terra Madre Acadie’’ supper

POSTPONED

Date, time and details to be announced.

In honor of its 250 years of abundance, Slow Food Cocagne Acadie is happy to present its « 3rd gastronomic supper Terra Madre Acadie ». An idyllic evening where your hosts will set off your taste buds bursting your senses with a 5-service delight inspired by the resilience and happy go lucky lifestyle of the Cocagnaises et des Cocagnais.


For tickets and information:
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
506 576-2202, www.cocagne.ca

August 26: Willow Basket Weaving Demonstration

Saturday, August 26 
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 
Albert County Museum, Hopewell Cape, NB




Learn how to make a basket from willow branches. Drop in and watch basket weavers. Feel free to ask questions and take pictures. This demonstration will be offered in both French and English. 

9 septembre : « Slow & Sloppy » Orchard Picnic


« Slow & Sloppy » Orchard Picnic

September 9 – 6:00 pm – Marcel Goguen Farm

Slow Food Cocagne Acadie is inviting you to take part in its 6th edition of “Slow & Sloppy”. Join us in a culinary experience abounding of local fresh seasonal products! An event where Cocagne’s 250th will be celebrated in a special way. Music, sing-alongs around a campfire will be part of the evening’s entertainment.

For tickets and information:
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
506 576-2202, www.cocagne.ca

Ours Partners

logo-eccclogo-FFElogo-largewildlifeNew Horizons for Seniors2Bauta

The Pays de Cocagne in pictures

The Pays de Cocagne in pictures