Local communities working together, to create and celebrate a world with strong relationships, a healthy natural environment, and vibrant local economies.

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What is FBC?

We're a registered charity and demonstration centre, committed to finding and promoting practical solutions to today's sustainability challenges.

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Our Programs

Our Programs

With a long history of initiating innovative projects and creating engaging educational programming, FBC always has something great on the go!

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

We host a range of events, from community workshops to charity runs, and many more. Find an event near you or check out what's happening at our site in Glassville!

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Our Favourite Cold-Weather Reads

It’s January in New Brunswick, which means snow, snow, and – you guessed it – more snow. While you’re cozying up to your wood stove with woolly socks and a hot cup of something, we’re serving up a selection of our favourite things to read at the end of a long winter day! Afton’s Picks  Permaculture by Sepp […]

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Eco Citizens Club Kicks Off!

Falls Brook Centre is excited to be launching the Eco Citizens Club (ECC) program for the 2016-2017 school year! An ECC is a student-led initiative that meets on a weekly basis to explore different concepts, activities and projects related to climate change, renewable energy, biodiversity, local foods, and community outreach. Students involved in their school’s […]

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Agriculture in the Classroom

by Holly Pacey (Education Coordinator) This past spring, Falls Brook Centre had the pleasure of delivering fun hands-on programming to a group of students in grades one and two at Centreville Community School. With 23 eager participants, we traveled each week for six weeks from our satellite office in Fredericton to teach the students about […]

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Loads of fun at Free School

This year marked FBC’s 8th Annual Free School, which took place on July 16th and 17th at our beautiful Glassville demonstration site. Free School isn’t really school at all, but rather an alternative approach to classroom education, focused on communal and participatory learning that encourages everyone to adopt the role of both teacher and student. We […]

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