Learn what’s happening and help protect the Bay of Fundy

One Reason to Protect the Bay of Fundy. Really, there is little to say that this photo doesn’t say …future generations deserve our best efforts to preserve this special place … for them. Please tell your friends about www.bayoffundy.ca and … Continue reading

LNG: Researcher warns the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the United States that they ignore the lessons of history at their own peril.

In a formal letter and submission, Bob Godfrey, Researcher and webmaster for savepassamaquoddybay.org warned Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, that ignoring Canada’s sovereignty could have far reaching implications quoting an historical reference about another “invasion” as … Continue reading

Paint Campobello this summer.

Join plein air landscape painter Michael Chesley Johnson for small-size outdoor painting workshops and painting retreats on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, July-September 2013. Looking for a small workshop? Paint Campobello plein air painting workshops are limited typically to only 4 students. You’ll get much … Continue reading

MYSTERY: Strange Vine on Tim Foulkes’ Mountain – Can you identify it?

Here is something new to be seen in the wilderness on Tim Foulkes’ Mountain (aka Simpson Hill.) located just starting up Yellow Jacket trail from branch to Cedars trail. The first photo is an overall view of the vine that … Continue reading

EXPLORE: Planning a visit to the Island? This aerial photo shows some of the unique habitat you can see.

Although the focus of this composite aerial photo is the southern tip of Campobello and the Roosevelt Campobello International Park, it also shows much of Herring Cove Provincial Park. Note the many, lighter-colored, brownish-green sphagnum bogs within the boundaries of … Continue reading

EXPLORE: The Strange Rocks of Campobello Island, Bay of Fundy

Some of Campobello‘s young people like to call the ledge off the island’s Liberty Point “Frog Rock.” Some also see the image of a turtle. With a little imagination, the image of the stone stack below Campobello’s Friar’s Head reveals … Continue reading