Congratulations to John and Christine Andrew – this year’s recipients of the J. Angus MacLean Award from the Island Nature Trust. The award is named after former Premier and conservationist J. Angus MacLean to honor people who have made a significant difference in improving natural areas across PEI. The award rec
Volunteers planting a tree in the Wright's Creek Watershed in Charlottetown, PEI. 2020
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We are working with the City of Charlottetown to put in place bylaws and regulations that will protect Charlottetown's watercourses from urban development and keep them in a healthy natural state.
We rely heavily on our team of volunteers to accomplish our goals. We use our grant funds for materials and call upon professional help when needed to maximize our impact.
Our infrastructure goal is to establish a corridor of parkland and publically owned land on both side of the full three kilometer length of Wright's Creek and Andrew's Pond.
We are all about providing the community with ways to enjoy the natural environment and to learn about the diversity of wildlife, plants and trees living in the watershed.
Your support and contributions will help us to meet our goals and improve the Wright's Creek Watershed.
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