1290 Pabineau Falls Road,
Pabineau First Nation, NB E2A 7M3
office: 506 548-9211 fax: 506 545-6968
Pabineau Preservation Analysis
As the community of Pabineau First Nation, we set forth with action towards our granted opportunity on a new project to preserve and expand our undeveloped land. The project is officially titled The White Cedar Swamp Preservation Project. Employers entitled, as Preservation site Field Technician and Observers are Katie Williams and co-worker Amy-Rose Aubie; project manager and supervisor, Robert Bobby K. The main objective is to save and preserve the old forest, our Spirit Deer and other animals that reside there. To complete this goal a detailed analysis of our Atlantic Maritime boreal forestry and ecozone in the preservation site is required.As Field Technician and Observers, our main tasks are too complete physical count, and measurements of all the different species of trees that encompass the preservation site. Measurements include the main diameter, and estimated height. These numbers are recorded, and admitted; included the ecozones activity. Such as animal tracking, skat or indications of markings. All common plants are recorded, medicine plants and types of grass. Other duties are too collect soil and conduct water quality measurements. As well as identify each watershed or body of water within the site or close by.
Through granted funding’s, the project is being represented independently with advertisements, including signage and the official site. Overall, we are proud to be apart of such a tremendous project to help make a difference in our First Nation community, and future. Keeping our working site and homes, a safe and clean environment.