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The Macphail Woods Ecological Forestry Project is an initiative of the Environmental Coalition of Prince Edward Island that has been helping Islanders discover the importance of forests by setting an example of stewardship and sustainability for over 27 years.
Macphail Woods is a unique project. If you have enjoyed our owl prowls or plant walks, if your children have been inspired by our summer programs or school plantings, or if you just want to help us steward the public forest land, please consider making a donation of money, your time, or one of these items
Be part of something big!
Help improve the health of our forests and create a model for environmental stewardship by donating $200 to sponsor the restoration one acre of public forest land. Show your personal support for our forests, or make it a gift on behalf of friends or family members.
We always have lots of volunteering opportunities at Macphail Woods – whether in our nursery, with our children’s camps, collecting native seed, taking photographs or fundraising
If interested, please contact Gary Schneider.
Phone: (902) 651-2575.
Our children’s program is overflowing and requires better equipment, everything from bird books to microscopes. Tools to help the native plant nursery which collects and propagates some of the rarest plants in the province. Stewarding 2000 acres of public land requires all kinds of gadgets from pruning gear to computers!
The Friends of the Forest Fund-raising campaign operates in conjunction with the Environmental Coalition of Prince Edward Island and is a registered charitable organization with the Canada Revenue Agency.To ensure that donors have full confidence in becoming a Friend of the Forest, the following donor’s rights are recognized Learn more…
Thanks to all at M&M Resources for their huge help with our 2014 Confederation Forest plantings. Their donations of time and machinery made transporting & planting 15-20 foot trees much much easier and help to ship compost and mulch to the planting sites to help ensure healthy soil for years to come.
A big thank you to the EcoAction Community Funding Project for their support of our 2014 Confederation Forest Project. With their help we were able to plant three ten-acre forest in each county of PEI. Click here to learn more about our Confederation Forests.
Please refer to our Donor Rights for more information.