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Re-Occurring Events

Every Fall WRTBWA hosts an annual general meeting (AGM) where we go over the events of the past year, including that year's projects, financial information and special guest speakers.

Other Events

In addition to our consistent events, we try to host as many educational events as possible with the goal of educating the public about the watershed, the problems experienced within the watershed and what we do as a watershed group.

Examples of Past Events

Guided Bird Walks

In the summer and fall of 2023, the WRTBWA hosted guided bird-watching walks on the Glenaladale House property. During the walk, staff would show attendees where birds were nesting, the types of birds found in the area and pointed out the behaviour of the birds being observed.

Down By The Bay

In the summer of 2023, the WRTBWA hosted an event which went over the history of the Tracadie Bay on the Glenaladale House property. During the event, our coordinator discussed the work we do and guest speakers talked about the history of Glenaladale house and the ecology of the bay.

Tree Planting

Many years WRTBWA has hosted tree planting events either directed towards children or ones open to the general public. These events aim to teach people how to properly plant trees and to build up our damaged Acadian-Wabanaki forest.

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