Government of New Brunswick
Because of concerns surrounding COVID-19, offices of the Department of Natural Resources and Energy Development remain closed to the public at this time; however, staff have returned to offices and are available via email or telephone.

Please see link for 2020 Fall Bear Season Registration Procedures.

To meet COVID-19 safety protocols and allow more time for processing, tipping permits for balsam fir, pine and cedar are now available. Tipping season begins October 5, 2020 for pine and cedar, and October 19, 2020  for balsam fir. Contact your local Department of Natural Resources and Energy Development district office with any inquiries pertaining to the purchasing of tipping permits.

GIS Open Data Page

In the interests of enhancing both the life and business opportunities for the people of New Brunswick, the department is proud to supply data for public consumption, either through direct access or by download.

Forest Fire Watch

Contains forest fire advisories, burning permit info, forecast maps, data and more for New Brunswick.



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