1. Saint John, New Brunswick has an abundance of natural capital within its urban boundaries. ACAP Saint John, in conjunction with the multimedia talents of Hit! Media Inc., is documenting many of these locations with high definition video. The project, co-funded by the Greater Saint John Community Foundation aims to inform the public of the incredible natural resources within our city and highlight the value in protecting them.

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  2. An animated fly-by of how Marsh Creek might have looked 400 years ago when it existed as a tidal marsh known as The Great Meadow. For more information visit http://www.acapsj.com/MCRI.html

    Copyright 2009, ACAP Saint John & Graeme Stewart-Robertson

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  3. A short montage video of photos taken during ACAP Saint John's wetland surveys from the Summer of 2008.

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  4. Video of ACAP Saint John's activities in Marsh Creek, 2004-2005.

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ACAP Saint John

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The Atlantic Coastal Action Program (ACAP) was created from the Federal Government's Green Plan of 1990. ACAP Saint John was started in 1991 as one of thirteen environmental "hotspots" in Atlantic Canada that could benefit from a community based approach…


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The Atlantic Coastal Action Program (ACAP) was created from the Federal Government's Green Plan of 1990. ACAP Saint John was started in 1991 as one of thirteen environmental "hotspots" in Atlantic Canada that could benefit from a community based approach to managing their aquatic environment. While Environment Canada provides project based funding and organisational support, each multi-stakeholder group is allowed to set their own objectives, choose the means by which to achieve those objectives and establish their own timetable for action. ACAP Saint John was formed to find community solutions to local problems.

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