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Tree planting is a time honoured tradition on Prince Edward Island. People plant trees to beautify their homes, properties and communities; stabilize soils and create wind buffers; improve wildlife habitats; restore forest health; and grow high value forest products. Planting trees and shrubs is...
The, Greening Spaces Program, (GSP) is a tree planting program for Island communities, schools and volunteer interest groups who want to: diversify public properties buffer prevailing winds provide shade reduce noise protect lands along streams and rivers return abandoned...
Due to an ongoing issue, the Tree Insect and Disease analysis service, will not be available for the next few weeks, . We regret any inconvenience . Please check back at a later date or consult our Facebook page: Tree Insects and Disease: PEI, Staff from the J. Frank Gaudet Tree Nursery facility in...
What are invasive plants, insects and diseases?, The introduction of new species from one ecosystem into another is a process that has occurred countless times since life first arose on Earth. Some of these new species fit in where they can allowing the ecosystem to adapt over time. Other species...
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...
The J. Frank Gaudet Tree Nursery produces tree and shrub seedlings for: reforestation projects on private and public forest land watershed enhancement projects buffer zone establishment Christmas trees wind breaks and hedgerows as well as landscaping and wildlife management. Seedlings are not sold...