NFU Region 1, District 2 comprises New Brunswick. The National Farmers Union is an accredited general farm organization in New Brunswick. The Farm Business Registration year is from February 1 – January 31. Registration and renewal can be completed online through Service NB or by mailing in the forms to the Registrar of Farms. Download the paper forms here.

Download the 2018 Frequently Asked Questions form by the Department of Agriculture to learn about tax free farm fuel, the purchasers permit, the farm fuel rebate program and farm license plates. Contact Carrie Roth, Registrar of Farms, if you have any questions: (506) 444-2848.

Visit the NFU in NB website for more about NFU Region 1, District 2 activities.

Region 1-District 2 Updates

Media Release
TFW’s are an integral part of food production in New Brunswick. “This is cutting the means by which we have to produce. They want us to increase vegetable production but want us to hire people who may leave at the drop of a hat or before our season has finished”
Opinion
With the current corona virus crisis taking place on our planet, as farmers and as consumers, we should be ready to support health authorities everywhere in the world. This is also a situation that is conducive to reflecting upon the existing food system and on a new approach to it all. To date, we have
Media Release
Fredericton – The National Farmers Union of New Brunswick (NFU-NB) will mark the opening of the NB’s Legislative Session by protesting with avian allies For more than ten years, NFU-NB has been campaigning for family farms and for recognition of agriculture as a driver of community economic development with adequate financial support. In these ten years,
Media Release
International youth delegates will gather for a week to discuss topics including climate justice, popular peasant feminism and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants.
Opinion
The results of a recent survey showed that women make up the majority of new farmers in Canada.  No matter what role women are playing on farms in New Brunswick or elsewhere, the important thing is that they have the ability to choose which activities they partake in, and that these activities, whether physical labour or doing the laundry, are valued.
Opinion
Depuis que l’agriculture existe il y a au moins 10 000 ans, les femmes y ont joué un rôle vital. Que ce soit au niveau de la cuisine, de l’entretien des maisons ou de l’éducation des enfants, la grosse majorité des fermes familiales ne tiendrait pas le coup sans le travail des femmes. De plus

Atlantic Region Representatives

Board Members
Reg Phelan

Reg Phelan

Phillipe Gervais

Phillipe Gervais

Women’s Advisory Committee representative
Carina Phillips

Carina Phillips

Youth Advisory Committee representative
Bryan Dyck

Bryan Dyck

International Program Committee representative