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
New Brunswickers have several conservation and stewardship options to choose from when considering to preserve their property for future generations. We have compiled a list of resources to outline some of these programs, in an attempt to help landowners choose an option that is right for them.

Government of New Brunswick

Private Land Stewardship in New Brunswick : A Guide for Landowners

This booklet is written for all private landowners in New Brunswick who voluntarily want to help conserve and maintain natural areas on their property.

 
Nature Conservancy of Canada

Landowner Options

Nature Conservancy of Canada pursues conservation of ecologically significant lands through private action. This resource outlines the wide variety of tools available for landowners interested in the conservation of private lands.


Nature Trust of New Brunswick

Conservation Options for New Brunswick Landowners

The pamphlet, available upon request, outlines some options available to property owners for conserving New Brunswick’s natural landscapes.

Upcoming activities

FREE! September 18, 2019 - Workshop on dehydration

6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
50+ Center, 10 Villa Street, Cocagne
With Bernadette Goguen, community food monitor
Organized by the Kent Community Inclusion Network
Please bring you cutting board, knife and containers
Registration required at 523 1239 by september 9

Sept 19 to 22, 2019 - Kent-South EcoFestival

See full program here (in French)
Hosted by the Kent-South Cultural Society

Sept 28, 2019 Saturday - Community dinner for Cocagne community dinner - salted porc

Boiled vegetables and salted porc and apple crisp (see Facebook event)
4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Center 50, 10 Villa street in Cocagne
Tickets $ 12 / adult and $ 6 / children under 12, for sale at Cocagne Variety, at Eudore Melanson or at the GDDPC office
there will be random attendance prizes! For further information: contact Yvan Picard at 531-5327 or Mathieu Bastarache at 899-1586

Our Partners

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The Pays de Cocagne in pictures

The Pays de Cocagne in pictures