The independent review of the Lands Protection Act by Commissioner Horace Carver, Q.C., has been released to the public.
Natural Island Christmas trees are a beautiful and safe part of the holiday season. Locally produced trees are environmentally friendly and provide income and employment in many rural communities. Island growers produce fresh, fragrant trees and wreaths suited to your holiday festivities and activities.
Over the last few years, many Island farmers have planted trees to create hedgerows along fields and wind breaks around their homes and buildings to reduce heating costs and noise. The Shelterbelt/Buffer Zone planting program is accepting applications for the 2014 planting season.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry signed an information sharing agreement today that will make it easier to locate livestock in an emergency. Premises identification is one of three components of a traceability system; the others being animal identification and animal movement.
- 2013 Seed Potato Directory
- 2013 Directory for Farmers
- 2011 Census of Agriculture
- Backyard Bug Brigade
- Beginning Farmers Guide 2012
- Buffer Zone Legislation
- Burning Permits
- Companion Animal Welfare Initiative (CAWI)
- Environmentally Significant Class of Land Holdings
- Forest Tenders
- PEI Agriculture Certificate Program
- Pesticide Certificate
- Potato Disinfection Services
- Potato Planting Permits Premises Identification Program