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Maple syrup consumers, Prince Edward Island has a small but vibrant maple syrup industry. Most producers are small scale, family owned and operated businesses that produce a range of high quality maple products. Many producers welcome people to their maple bush during tapping season. Some are open...
While 88 per cent of Prince Edward Island is privately owned, the remaining 12 per cent is publicly-owned and managed by the government for the benefit of all Islanders. The Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division manages four types of public land: Natural Areas Ponds and Wetlands Provincial Forests...
Real Christmas trees are a natural, safe and 100 per cent biodegradable part of many Island Christmas traditions. PEI Christmas trees and wreaths are renowned for their quality, colour and fragrance. Snow covering trees in at a Christmas Tree farm Snow covered Christmas Trees Image caption: Island...
2019 PEI Christmas Tree growers List
The following resources provide Envirothon students with information on a wide range of forest-related topics required to compete in the annual Provincial Forest Envirothon., Learning Expectations and Outcomes: Forestry, Learning Resources: Introduction to PEI Forest History and Forest Ecology,...
Students from L. M. Montgomery Elementary planted 200 trees at Wright's Creek and Andrews Pond during National Tree Week to increase urban tree cover, provide clean air and support the environment. Wright's Creek runs under St. Peters Road, just outside the Charlottetown bypass. The...
For 2020, Nebraska has chosen , Water Resources Management: Local Control and Local Solutions, for their 5th topic. In broad terms, Nebraska is looking at issues and challenges facing Natural Resources Districts as they seek to implement local policy and local management to protect water users by...
The province owns public land properties across the Island. Most of these lands have road systems that people can use to walk, hike or cycle. Some have trail systems specifically designed for outdoor recreation., Walking and Hiking, Community:, New Harmony, Property:, New Harmony Demonstration...
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...