Our Events Calendar gives descriptions of this year's events, including School of Woodland Ecology, free workshops, university courses, and chainsaw training. All the information from our website, all in one place.
This publication explores some of PEI's native trees and shrubs and why they are important. It also includes a planting guide, tips on attracting wildlife into your yard, creating hedges, schoolground naturalization, propagation, and more!
This publication covers the relationship between ecological forestry and wildlife health. It includes information on natural succession, how to create a healthy wildlife community, some of the issues facing Island forests, and more!
This publication covers the initial stages of our krummholzing habitat research. Taking course over the winter of 2020-21, we surveyed snowy wind-blown coasts across the province. It includes a breakdown of some of the locations, flora & functions of these unique and integral habitats!
This publication covers the secondary stages of our coastal krummholzing habitat research. This stage focused on studying thirteen sites throughout the year, delving deeper into these unique coastal habitats. It describes the diversity of shorelines found across PEI, as well as the myriad of habitats growing under constantly strong winds. This study includes a variety of detailed information about the flora and fauna that call our coastal krummholzing habitats home.
This publication covers the third season of our coastal krummholzing habitat research. This study focuses on improving our understanding of historic and on-going ecological disturbances, meteorological patterns, and specimen distribution along our windy Island shores. It also includes starter restoration templates for variety of coastal types across the province, using a newly developed system of ecological wind zonation.
This publication focuses on a number of rare native plants that are useful in habitat restoration. It includes species-specific about a diverse array of native flora, from trees and shrubs to wildflowers, ferns and more!