Since 1992, ACAP Saint John has become known for partnering and working with the community to help provide solutions to existing and pending environmental problems.

 

Our Mission

For over two decades, ACAP has conducted successful in-school environmental education programs, summer camps, ecological inventories, water quality monitoring programs, habitat restorations, watercourse restorations, wetland enhancements, contaminated site remediation and engaged thousands of area residents in community cleanup initiatives. 

ACAP Saint John has an excellent reputation in the community for acting as a third party mediator on contentious environmental issues, and continues to expand their role as a public source of knowledge and information dissemination. Through their management of the Saint John Harbour Environmental Monitoring Partnership, ACAP is working with industry and government to initiate cumulative effects monitoring – the first for any harbour in Canada.


ACAP Saint John has conducted successful in-school environmental education programs, summer camps, ecological inventories, water quality monitoring programs, habitat restorations, watercourse restorations, wetland enhancements, contaminated site remediation and engaged thousands of area residents in community cleanup initiatives.

We continue to expand our role as the preeminent source of environmental knowledge and research in Greater Saint John.
— ACAP Saint John

Our Goals

  • To engage the multi-sectorial community of Greater Saint John in the collaborative management and restoration of our watersheds; and,
  • ACAP Saint John envisions a sustainable community that embraces the inter- dependence of the unique social, economic and environmental characteristics of the region’s watersheds.

Our Executive Director

Graeme Stewart-Robertson is an urban environmental geographer and photographer living and working in his hometown of Saint John, New Brunswick.

An active member of the community, he is the Executive Director of ACAP Saint John and serves on numerous boards and committees across the province, providing insight on issues ranging from poverty reduction and urban planning, to tourism and ecosystem restoration. Graeme has over twelve years of experience in designing, implementing and managing community-based projects, is recognized as the local authority on the geographic characteristics of a number of New Brunswick watersheds, and has authored published reports on ecological restoration and urban environmental sustainability. 

With a background covering everything from historical research to competing in multi-day adventure endurance races, Graeme brings a diversity of insight and thought to his work as the head of ACAP Saint John.

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