Author: PEI Watershed Alliance

The P.E.I. Watershed Alliance has been contracted to deliver one of the programs, to smaller sites and riparian zones — land located along bodies of water such as lakes, rivers, streams and wetlands. The group is doing site assessments now, with the goal of selecting locations for planting in 2025.  "We start with asking...

by Vivian Ulinwa published on Monday, February 5th, 2024, in The Guardian (online) A grazing workshop for P.E.I. farmers held in O'leary on Jan. 25 aimed to promote pasture management and increase yield for local farmers. The living lab workshop was a partnership between Agriculture and Agri-food Canada and the East-prince Agri-environment...

The PEI Watershed Alliance, the umbrella organization that supports all 25 watershed groups on PEI was awarded almost a million dollars in funding in October of 2023 to assist watershed groups in the recovery and restoration of their areas post-Fiona. All of our groups have been hard at work rebuilding, restoring, and clearing...

A woodchip bioreactor (nitrate filtra­tion system) was installed in a field over­looking the Seal River estuary in the fall and was aimed at providing valuable data about the severity of nitrate pollution in the area. The pilot project is a collabora­tion of Agri-Watershed Partnership, Pis­quid River Enhancement Project Inc (PREP) and Shady Lane Farms. The Seal River...