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A new Logo for our Sharing a love of Nature Summer Camps!

Take a look at our wonderful new logo from Jeff Alward. A huge thanks to Jeff for all his contributions to our bushcraft camps as well as our graphic design! A truly multi-talented gentleman.

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2014 Earth Day

Earth Day event at Macphail Woods Woodlands are wonderful places at all times of the year and the spring season is an especially beautiful time to get out and enjoy nature.  In celebration of Earth Day on TMonday, April 22, staff of the Macphail Woods Ecological Forestry Project will be hosting a volunteer afternoon on

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2014 Owl Prowls

OWL PROWLS AT MACPHAIL WOODS Come celebrate the wonderful world of owls this weekend at the Macphail Homestead in Orwell on Friday, April 18 and Saturday, April 19.   The Sir Andrew Macphail Foundation will be opening up the Great Room of the Homestead at 6:30pm each evening and serve light refreshments.  Visitors can warm

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Putting a precious resource at risk

As if we didn’t already have enough pressure on our natural resources, the PEI Potato Board and Cavendish Farms are now lobbying for the provincial government to lift the existing moratorium on deep-water wells for irrigating potato crops. Alarms are sounding across the Island in response to this issue.  Looking at the present threats to

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ECO-PEI AGM – Screening of “Island Green”

The Environmental Coalition of PEI is holding its annual general meeting on Tuesday, January14th at the MacKinnon Lecture Theatre, Prince of Wales Campus at Holland College (Kent St. entrance). The business meeting will commence at 6:30pm and from 7-8pm there will be two presentations on issues surrounding Island agriculture. The first will be a screening

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Upcoming Events

Nov
3
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all-day Sustainable Fuelwood Harvesting
Sustainable Fuelwood Harvesting
Nov 3 – Nov 5 all-day
Sustainable Fuelwood Harvesting Nov 3rd-5th – 9am-4pm – $150 Register Nowby ACTIVE Network   Burning firewood can be an affordable and potentially carbon neutral way to heat your home. However, the vast majority of fuelwood