The following organizations are based in Charlotte County, NB:
The Atlantic Salmon Federation is dedicated to the conservation, protection and restoration of wild Atlantic salmon and the ecosystems on which their well-being and survival depend. Our mission is supported by a dedicated and motivated membership of anglers, nature lovers, students and the environmentally concerned. The Atlantic Salmon Federation is working wherever there are Atlantic salmon in North America, out at sea, and internationally. Their main office is located in Chamcook, NB.
The Chamcook Watershed Landowners’ Association (CWLA) is a group of concerned property owners who are working together to improve the environment within the Chamcook Watershed.
The Fundy Baykeeper works for the Conservation Council of New Brunswick to defend the public’s right to a healthy Bay of Fundy. Part investigator, scientist, lawyer, advocate and educator, the Fundy Baykeeper’s top priority is to make sure environmental laws are enforced as citizens expect them to be.
The mission of Fundy Community Foundation is to improve the quality of life for the people of Charlotte County, New Brunswick, through developing permanent endowment funds, making responsible grants, and inspiring community leadership.
Fundy North is a fishermen’s association with approximately one-hundred active members. Fundy North is a non-profit organization. The sole means of funds are membership fees collected each year. Some projects and most meeting expenses are absorbed by the members. Vast quantities of time and labour are also contributed to projects and on-going research by the Fundy North membership. The mission of the association is to establish a community-based sustainable fishery that is ecologically based.
The mission of the Lake Utopia Preservation Association is to preserve and protect the serenity, quality, and natural beauty of Lake Utopia. We will organize and educate all those concerned with Lake Utopia including lakeshore owners, area residents, and visitors. We acknowledge our role as caretakers and propose to work as one to accomplish our responsibility to the water, wildlife, fishery and the land.
As a voice for newcomers and immigrants, the Multicultural Association of Charlotte County partners with various levels of government, community stakeholders, and business organizations. Our main role is to provide services to help newcomers and immigrants integrate and settle in Charlotte County. We provide our services through the support of the New Brunswick Population Growth Division and Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Established in 1992, Quoddy Futures Foundation (SCEP) is one of the original sites in Environment Canada’s Atlantic Coastal Action Program (ACAP). QFF is unique in that it is located on an international river and represents the interests of both Canadian and American residents of the St. Croix Valley and Passamaquoddy Region of the Bay of Fundy/Gulf of Maine.
The St. Croix International Waterway Commission is an independent, international body established by the Maine and New Brunswick legislatures to plan for and facilitate delivery of a heritage management plan for the St. Croix boundary corridor. It was established through a 1986 Memorandum of Understanding and 1987 Legislative Acts by the State of Maine and the Province of New Brunswick and extends the full length of the St. Croix boundary waters, from their origin at the source of Monument Brook in Aroostook and York Counties to their confluence, 185km/110mi distant, with Passamaquoddy Bay in Washington and Charlotte Counties. Also part of the Waterway is a 250ft/75m corridor of adjacent shore lands in both countries.