Meg & Missa
We are Ontario transplants that fell in love with New Brunswick and knew we needed to move here and get a farm! We packed up our four adopted dogs and cat and haven't looked back. We bought a small cottage on lots of land and have been working tirelessly to provide the best home we can for the many animals in need. So that's us! Two humans and 60 animal friends doing our best to be loving and kind to each other!
Isabelle & Cameron
Isabelle and Cameron, both from Ontario, are a military family that returned to the Fredericton area in the summer of 2019 after six years of being posted outside of the province. Isabelle, after going vegan two years ago, was looking for more opportunities to support causes related to animal rights and contribute to reducing the suffering of animals.
After Isabelle and Cameron attended the Wallflower Pumpkin Party in October 2019, they knew this was just the place they were searching for. Since then, they have become Project Volunteers who have consistently and repeatedly answered the call to complete projects around the sanctuary. Over the past 8 months they have become friends with “most” of the animals, although they are still working on Mr. Mu and Eva!!
Erin joined the team at Wallflower Sanctuary as their first ever summer student through the government of New Brunswick’s SEED Program. Erin is entering her second year of study at UNB’s Faculty of Law and hopes to someday specialize in environmental law and policy. Erin holds a BAA from UNB and a MA in Fashion Theory from Ryerson University.
Erin is a lifelong animal lover with a passion for sustainability. She works mostly behind-the-scenes at Wallflower and her role includes research, strategy, design, and providing administrative support. When at the sanctuary, Erin’s favorite thing to do is to snuggle with the potbellies! She lives in Fredericton with her fiance and their two cats, Georgia and Theo.
Wallflower Sanctuary BoD., Director of Fundraising
Sarah was born and raised in Muskoka, Ontario and has a background in Wildlife Rehabilitation. She is passionate about achieving coexistence for humans and wildlife—and farmed animals! Sarah began studying on the East Coast at the University of Prince Edward Island in 2017. She soon connected with Wallflower and joined our Board of Directors in 2018. Sarah has since worked to develop Wallflower’s fundraising approach from her position as the ‘Director of Fundraising’. At Wallflower, her favourite resident is Levi the turkey. At home in Muskoka, she is rescue-mom to Shih Tzu-Pug, Jimmy.