Wright's Creek recognized in the City of Charlottetown's first ever natural asset inventory, part of a national movement to help municipalities better manage their natural areas and understand their value, including helping to deal with the impact of climate change.
A wonderful team of UPEI students in the Experential Learning Program helping to put tree guards on all the baby trees we planted along Wright's Creek. A special thanks to all the students and to Michelle Cottreau and Ellen Winacott for working so hard under the blazing sun.
Take a look at our newly updated trail map.
Peter Rukavina was determined to use human-scale technology to get his canoe from home to pond. A delightful tale of a man, a bike, a canoe and a passion for nature in the city.
Paddling in the Wright's Creek Watershed between Andrew's Pond North and South. It's back to the future.
Take a look at the Ice Harvest sign on the old Mill Road just above Andrew's Pond (South). All signs are designed by John Andrew, Co-chair of the Wright's Creek Watershed Environmental Committee (2021).
Thank you to all who participated in our 2021 Celebration of Trees Event! Such a beautiful day! Much gratitude to our special guests Mi'Kmaq Elder Judy Clark, PEI Poet Laureate Julie Pellissier-Lush, MLA Natalie Jameson, City Councillor Terry Bernard, Tree Canada PEI representative Bruce Smith, Wright's Creek Watershed founder John Andrew and all supporters of our Acadian Forest planting project. A very big thanks to volunteers for all their hard work putting more than 700 native trees and shrubs in the ground. Amazing job!
Click below to take a look at our new Beaver Management Plan