Island Nature Trust

Island Nature Trust

Address:PO Box 265
Charlottetown, PE C1A7K4

Phone:902-566-9150
Fax:902-628-6331
Web: www.peisland.com/nature
Established: 1979. Description:Dedicated to the protection and management of natural areas on Prince Edward Island. Focuses on acquiring lands and waterways in order to protect plants and animals, and developing management plans designed to maintain and enhance the well-being of life systems under the care of the Trust. Members: 400. Dues: $10/year ($15/year family).
Publications: Update (quarterly); free.

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The Government of Canada is providing direct funding to the province of PEI, Nature Conservancy of Canada, Ducks Unlimited Canada, and the Island Nature Trust. These organizations, in partnership with the province of PEI, will acquire 18 ecologically sensitive properties across Prince Edward Island, and manage them to meet conservation goals.
He was very knowledgeable on bird life and possessed an extensive library on bird culture and kept a great interest in the Island Nature Trust. As a sedentary interest he worked at cross-stitch embroidery and last year won a first prize ribbon at Old Home Week.
In conjunction with the province of Prince Edward Island (where 90 percent of the land is privately owned), the non-governmental Island Nature Trust provides private landowners with tax incentives to put restrictive covenants on their land.
Federal funding of $48,000 from Environment and Climate Change Canadas Species at Risk Partnerships on Agricultural Lands (SARPAL) program will be directed to the Island Nature Trust, who will monitor long term hay fields enrolled for delayed hay cutting through the PEIs Alternative Land Use Services (ALUS) program.