Welcome to our Watershed!
The Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee or "KWRC" is a non-profit organization whose mission is to restore the Kennebecasis River Watershed back to a sustainable ecosystem.
We strive to undertake strategic habitat restoration, monitoring efforts, and educational initiatives to promote public awareness and participation in the restoration of the Kennebecasis River Watershed.
The Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee wants to acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the traditional unceded territory of the Wolastoqiyik Wahsipekuk (Maliseet), Wabanaki and Mi’kma’ki Peoples.
If you are a youth, or know a youth between the age of
6-14 check out our
Day Camp Series!
This is a COVID friendly virtual version of our day camps and focuses on fishing techniques and more! Perfect for youth with a passion or interest in angling. If you complete the worksheets you can get a free KWRC sweathshirt so check it out by clicking on the image of the sweatshirt above.
We love to involve volunteers in our work whenever we can! Click here to fill out our volunteer registration form to hear from us when we have an upcoming opportunity.
The KWRC has been planning, securing funding for, and implementing restoration activities since 1994. Our organization has now completed restoration projects at over 56 sites in the Kennebecasis Watershed. To spotlight our riparian restoration efforts, we have recently updated our Riparian Restoration Portfolio! To read more about each site, check out our portfolio here.