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The Fire Weather Index (FWI) is updated daily during fire season (March 15 - November 30) on PEI. A map showing the three fire districts in PEI. The districts are the Western District, the Central-Southeastern District and the Northeastern District Prince Edward Island Fire Districts, For...
This page contains information for the sole use of Island Watershed groups. Land owners and the general public can purchase tree and shrub seedlings at the garden centres listed on, Trees and Shrubs, . , What species are currently available to Island Watershed groups?, The J. Frank Gaudet Tree...
Energy Rebate - Program Registration Form for Suppliers. Form to register as a supplier under the Energy Rebate program.
Energy Rebate - Eligible Supplier Reimbursement Form
Energy Rebate - Customer Application Form
Every year the Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division updates the Angling Summary and the Hunting and Trapping Summary. The most recent copies are listed below: 2019-20 Angling Summary ; (3.0M) and 2019-20 Hunting and Trapping Summary (1.6 M) These summaries contain: New information related to...
What do non-residents need in order to hunt legally on PEI?, In order to hunt legally on PEI, non-residents must : Obtain a PEI hunting Licence Show proof of Hunter Safety training Hunt with a licensed resident hunter, or Hunt with a registered Hunting Guide., Where can I buy a non-resident PEI...
Non-resident hunters must either hunt with a licensed PEI hunter or use a registered Hunting Guide or Outfitter while hunting on PEI. Regulations require all hunting guides and outfitters to be licensed by the province., How can I become a hunting guide or outfitter on PEI?, To become a Registered...
Do I need a licence to become a fur trapper on PEI?, Yes. In order to trap furbearing animals on PEI, you must be a licensed trapper. Trappers must have the permission of the land owner before setting any traps and must conduct trapping operations in a humane and sustainable manner. For information...
Prince Edward Island has established an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) review process for any project that may have a negative impact on the environment. The EIA review is a valuable tool. In the early stages of planning it allows the applicant, federal and provincial regulatory agencies,...