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When people come in contact with young mammals or birds that seem to be abandoned or lost, it is human nature to step in and try to help. Often these animals are found near homes or cottages and in places where we walk, cycle and enjoy nature. This instinct to "help" can often be...
Background, In the mid 2000s, harvest activity created by demand for Ground Hemlock , (Taxus canadensis, ) became so intense that private land owners and public land managers expressed serious concerns about theft, trespass, and unsustainable harvest practices. Government asked the Public Forest...
Farmers, businesses and other property owners who meet program requirements may apply for hedgerow planting. The program provides the planting of trees or shrubs to protect soil from wind and rain erosion, prevent runoff from entering streams and rivers, and create windbreaks for buildings and...
A Q&A sheet for the Plastic Bag Reduction Act
What do I need to export or ship fur from PEI?, A Fur Export Permit is required to export fur outside the province. Call 902-368-4683 or 1-866-368-4683 for information on how to acquire a fur export permit., Do I require a licence to become a fur dealer?, Yes. Anyone who buys the pelts of wild...
Presentation given to the Environmental Advisory Council by Todd Dupuis January 16, 2019.
Wild creatures live all around us and usually they go unnoticed as we go about our daily lives. However, sometimes they can create problems by feeding on crops or garbage, making loud noises, spreading diseases or harming livestock and pets. Where can I experience Island Wildlife? There are many...
The new owners of a scrap metal business in Charlottetown will be reducing the amount of waste going into provincial landfill sites. Clinton Myers and John Ross and Sons have recently purchased A&S Scrap Metal and will acquire a new shredder and required accessories to separate ferrous metals...