Wondering How to Find Us?

We are located at 269 Macphail Park Rd in Vernon Bridge, PEI. 

The Nature Centre is our staff office and teaching space. If you are attending a workshop, course, or children's camp you can enter the front door of the nature centre (under the owl). Our Nursery and greenhouse are located behind the nature centre. You can pick up plant orders and browse our potted selection there. 

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Native Plant Nursery

Our native plant nursery is foundational to the success of the project

While we do sell plants (trees, shrubs, wildflowers, ferns) and wildflower seeds from our nursery, it is equally important as a tool for teaching tree and shrub identification and the concepts of forest restoration. 
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2024 Nursery Catalogue

Pre orders are closed for the 2024 season.

We now sell Giftcards, wildflower seeds and a select number of plants online!

Place an order through our shop and it will be available for pick up the following business day. If you would like to browse our nursery in person, call ahead (902) 651 - 2575 to ensure a nursery technician will be on site to assist you.

Our 2024 Nursery Catalogue has an exhaustive list of native trees, shrubs, ferns, and wildflowers typically available for purchase. However, many of these species are now sold out for the season, or limited in quantity. If you want to inquire about something, please give us a call.

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The Wabanaki-Acadian Forest

This endangered ecoregion is the focus of our restoration work. 

The native forest type of the Maritime provinces, southern Quebec and the northern New England states. This endangered forest type is a diverse mix of conifers and deciduous trees, shrubs, ferns, wildflowers, mosses, lichens and fungi. It is home to a wide variety of animals. This beautiful and complex ecoregion has innumerable ecological benefits. 

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SWE Restoration Techniques: Invasive Species Management

July 13th, 9 am - 12:30 pm

Summer in the Forest

July 20th, 10am

Island Ecology: Assessing Habitat Health

July 27th, 9am - 3pm

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Swallow Research

July 09, 2024

Learning to love nature

June 04, 2024

Planting Seeds for Forest Biodiversity

April 03, 2024

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