AquaBounty have proposed a redevelopment of their Rollo Bay facility to include the commercial grow-out of genetically modified salmon. More information on the application be found here. Through the public consultation process, the PEI Watershed Alliance expressed concern with the … Continue reading
As part of the public consultations on the Draft Water Act, the PEI Watershed Alliance submitted the following document through the online comment portal: PEI Watershed Alliance’s Submission to the Draft Water Act Consultation Process The PEI Watershed Alliance is … Continue reading
A draft of the agenda for the day can be found by clicking here.
The 2017 PEI Watershed Alliance Annual General Meeting is taking place on Saturday, April 29th in Hunter River at the Community Centre. Meeting will run from 9 am – 2pm. An agenda for the event can be found here As per … Continue reading
CBC PEI recently featured PEI Nature Tracker and it’s capability to record invasive species locations. Click here for the article. PEI Nature Tracker is a cell phone application and website that easily records and tracks all your nature sightings. Animal, … Continue reading
The proposed Watershed Management Fund Formula has been accepted by the majority of groups based on a vote held at the end of November. With this new formula, money will be allocated based on geographical size of groups (50%), performance … Continue reading
The fall meeting of the PEI Watershed Alliance is taking place this Saturday, October 22nd. The agenda of the meeting can be found by clicking here. Please RVSP to Mary at email@example.com if you would like to attend.
The PEI Watershed Alliance is disheartened and disappointed to learn of the fish kill on the Little Miminegash River near Roseville in Western PEI this past weekend. This is the 2nd fish kill reported this year and the 8th fish … Continue reading
Summer is a very busy time for PEI Watershed Alliance member groups as much watershed conservation and rehabilitation work is completed. PEI Watershed Alliance was pleased to offer the following training opportunities to groups this summer: 1) Trout Unlimited Canada’s … Continue reading
Letter to the Editor – Journal Pioneer The P.E.I. Watershed Alliance is disappointed but not surprised by the fish kill found last Monday in Clyde River. This is the seventh fish kill since 2011, and the Island has experienced more … Continue reading
Clonal Plant Project Interested in helping out with a project related to climate change? We are looking for people to plant native shrubs and record observations on them every year! Background: This project involves the planting of genetically identical plants … Continue reading
The Annual General Meeting of the PEI Watershed Alliance is taking place on May 7th from 9am – 2pm in Hunter River at the Community Centre. An agenda for the meeting can be found by clicking here. Changes to the … Continue reading
NatureTracker was featured in the Journal Pioneer, click here for the article. To log wildlife sightings – please visit: http://www.peinaturetracker.ca/
The PEI Watershed Alliance Annual General Meeting is scheduled for: Saturday, May 7th, 2016 Tentative time: 9am – 1:30pm Location: Hunter River Community Centre A detailed agenda and more information about these topics will be provided soon.
Representatives of the Ruffed Grouse Society (PEI) are offering a one-time funding opportunity for PEI Watershed Groups to complete habitat enhancement work focused in upland areas on PEI. Priority species are Ruffed Grouse and Woodcock although projects focusing on other … Continue reading
PEI Watershed Alliance is excited to be working with the Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division of Department of Communities, Land and Environment on this project! Kudos to Kensington North Watersheds Association for their vision and hard work in moving this … Continue reading
All staff and directors of Watershed Alliance member groups are invited to the Winter Meeting of the PEI Watershed Alliance, which will be held on Saturday, January 16, 2016 in Hunter River Community Centre – 19816 Route 2, Hunter River. … Continue reading
In September, members of the Watershed Alliance Board presented to the PEI Environmental Advisory Council about the Water Act. A copy of this presentation is available here: http://www.peiwatershedalliance.org/Publications/water act presentation.pdf and the audio is online: https://www.gov.pe.ca/photos/MP3/watershed1.mp3. Audio and presentations for … Continue reading
My name is Mary Finch and I am the new Watershed Ecologist hired to work with the PEI Watershed Alliance. I am excited to work with all of you as I am continually amazed at the amount of good environmental … Continue reading
Please mark your calendars: The Winter Meeting of the PEI Watershed Alliance is scheduled for Saturday, January 16th at the Hunter River Community Centre. In the case of inclement weather, this meeting will take place on Saturday, January 23rd.