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What is the Clean Annapolis River Project?
The Clean Annapolis River Project (CARP) is a charitable, community-based, non-governmental organization incorporated in 1990 to work with communities and organizations to promote awareness about, and to foster the conservation, restoration and sustainable use of the marine and freshwater
ecosystems of the Annapolis River Watershed.
What's New
Resources and public seminar series for homeowners interested in learning about wood turtle stewardship.

Download our Wood Turtle Stewardship Pamphlet

Download our Wood Turtle Poster

Upcoming: free public presentation series

Tuesday November 18, 7-8 PM, Bridgetown & Area Library
Thursday November 20, 7-8 PM, Rosa M. Harvey Middleton & Area Library
Tuesday November 25, 7-8 PM, Dr. Frank W. Morse Memorial Library, Lawrencetown
Tuesday December 2, 7-8 PM, Kingston Library

For more information, contact Katie Mclean
(902) 532-7533 or
Our Latest Project
Annapolis River Agri-Stewardship Project
In September 2013 CARP launched the Agri-Stewardship Project, which focuses on addressing agricultural run-off from farms across the Annapolis Valley watershed through collaborative partnerships.
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