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
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For 3 years, the technicians, the employees (close to 30 people on average) of the groups of the watersheds of south-eastern New Brunswick have received several trainings on birds. Last year the participants proposed the identification of nocturnal wildlife.

Results
Twenty-eight people in total participated in the 2 nocturnal wildlife webinars as scheduled. Instead of one outing, we did 2 outings, in all 18 people showed up with masks. The guide with the sounds of frogs can be found here.

Conclusion
The webinars were very well received even with Covid. We accomplished all of our goals except data submission. During our outings, we saw less frogs, probably caused by drought.




Thanks
We thank Roland Chiasson for the good work and financial support of the New Brunswick Wildlife Trust Fund!
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Upcoming activities

Jan 27th, 2022 - FREE! Webinar on groundwater protection

1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Co-hosted by NBEN, Shediac Bay Watershed Association, Vision H2O, Peticodiac watershed Alliance
Join this interactive workshop on January 27, 2022, on groundwater and the importance of protecting your local water sources.
Featuring presentations on:
- Groundwater in southeastern New Brunswick from John Sims (EXP Environmental Engineering)
- Using soil and plants for water conservation from Rosmarie Lohnes (Helping Nature Heal)
- The benefits of rain gardens and rain barrels from Brittany Cormier (Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance), and Jolyne Hébert (Shediac Bay Watershed Association).
REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/3GrkE4P

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