The Shediac Bay Watershed Association is a non-profit environmental organization that works to protect and enhance the Shediac Bay Watershed. The organisation envisions communities working together to foster healthy ecosystems that will sustain the quality of water for future generations.

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Electrofishing 2015

Electrofishing 2015

The SBWA has been doing electrofishing surveys as part of our restoration work and fish population monitoring. We do these surveys immediatly after restoration work in a degraded habitat, to get a snapshot view of the current state of fish populations in that area....

Stream Stabilization of the Dionne Brook

Stream Stabilization of the Dionne Brook

This restoration work was done on a section of the Dionne Brook, a tributary of the Scoudouc River. There is a severely eroding meander that was targetted for stabilization, as it released heavy load of sediment in the river. The work includes the construction of an...

Fish ladder 2015

Fish ladder 2015

The Fish Ladder Story – Sept. 2015 Shediac Bay Watershed Association Thank You Jim Weldon for All your Hard work on making this project come together! Special thanks to All our Financial and In-Kind partners for the success of this project: Department of Fisheries and...

Electrofishing Survey on CBC News

Electrofishing Survey on CBC News

CBC News covering our Fish Ladder Installation today, Great Job Jim Weldon on all your hard work getting this project together, and Thanks to All our Volunteers that came out to help us out today!! Thanks to all the partners that helped make this project a Success!...