Here at Connecting Albert County, we celebrate the beauty of rural Albert County — the people, projects and places we love, as well as the challenges we face as a rural community.
We explore the ways residents work together to create a more healthy and vibrant Albert County. These stories, we hope, will lead people to adopt practices that improve their personal health and the health of our community and environment. We hope the articles will also encourage readers support the community through their buying power, volunteer energy and positive outlook, which in turn helps the whole region thrive.
~ www.ConnectingAlbertCounty.org ~ Our website where local residents and visitors discover and share stories about the people, environment, culture and news of rural Albert County.
~ Community Calendar ~ The place to find community events in rural Albert County. The calendar is available on-line and in print at selected locations.
~ Publication ~ The monthly digital and print mini-magazine contains stories, as well as news about events, ongoing courses, job listings and more. Subscribe to the electronic version here.
Our work is supported by the generous contributions of many individuals and organizations, in particular the Bennett and Albert County Healthcare (BACH) Foundation. To see a list of current supporters and advertisers or learn about how you can join those listed, please visit our Advertising page.
Connecting Albert County Inc. is a registered non-profit organization.
Members of our Board of Directors: Heather Alward, Kim Beers, Julia Galbraith and Shannon Gaythorpe (as of Feb. 1, 2022).
Amanda Rossiter is the part-time coordinator/editor.
Rural Albert County is vibrant, proud, engaged, and informed.
Building connections and fostering pride of place and culture in rural Albert County by publishing in print and online.
We celebrate our culture, environment, and sense of community
We are open and inclusive
We share information and local knowledge
We promote learning opportunities and community events
We value cultural diversity
|Connecting Albert County