The Atlantic Coastal Action Program (ACAP) Cape Breton is a non-profit charitable community organization established in 1992. ACAP Cape Breton integrates environmental, social and economic factors into projects focusing on action, ecosystem planning, and education.
The ATCAA (now the Antigonish Rivers Association), formed in 2007 and is committed to promoting angling to all members of the community, developing a sustainable fisheries management program, supporting the education of anglers, and encouraging young people to become involved in angling.
Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation is a community-based charitable organization with a mandate to address environmental concerns along the South Shore of Nova Scotia. Coastal Action’s goal is to promote the restoration, enhancement, and conservation of our ecosystem through research, education, and action.
The Cheticamp River Salmon Association (CRSA) was created in 1981 with the mandate to enhance the salmon fishing experience on the Cheticamp River and other smaller waterways in the area. Over the years, the Association has undertaken many significant projects, including conducting river surveys in all Cape Breton Highlands National Park rivers. Like many other Atlantic salmon organizations, the primary focus of the Cheticamp River Salmon Association has shifted to that of a more conservation/habitat restoration organization. Currently, the CRSA also makes education and public outreach an important goal, organizing activities such as annual fishing derbies and educational public presentations.
The Clean Annapolis River Project (CARP) is a charitable non-profit environmental organization incorporated in 1990. CARP’s vision of ecologically healthy watersheds is directed by a mission to enhance the ecological health of the Annapolis River watershed through science, leadership and community engagement.
The Clean Foundation (Clean) has 28 years’ experience as an environmental non-profit. We provide the knowledge, tools, and inspiration to encourage individual actions that add up to positive environmental change.