About the Society
A world in which nature has the right to exist and thrive.
To foster long-term caring relationships with the land in order to protect biodiversity, species-at-risk, and the Wabanaki Forest by identifying their positive influence on planet health, providing opportunities to connect with the land, and participating in projects and educational programming.
We believe in building a long-term relationship with the land in order to protect biodiversity and species at risk and to play an active role in fighting climate change.
We believe in raising awareness of the climate emergency, the value and benefits of standing forests, and the opportunity for Members to be part of building the solution.
We believe that all Members are passionate about the environment and are driven to use their knowledge and skills to help the Society achieve its vision.
We believe that actions are louder than words, and that it is time to start building small-scale solutions so everyone can be involved.
We believe in treating others how we would like to be treated, the Society is built on a framework of inclusivity and respect.
Rights of Nature
We believe that nature should have legal status similar to corporations and numbered companies.
In the News
The Arlington Forest Protection Society is grateful to the following Citizen Scientists for their enthusiasm, dedication, perseverance and love of nature: Ashlea Viola, Bonnie McOrmond, Donna Crossland, Frances Anderson, Geoff Agombar, Gini Proulx, Harold Clapp, Jane Borecky, Jonathan Riley, Joseph Johnson, Julie Palmer, Karen Achenbach, Larry Neily, Laura Bright, Lisa Proulx, Lorraine Ascott, Nina Newington, Robert Bright and Rhonda O'Grady.