Prince Edward Island’s system of protected Natural Areas expanded recently with the addition of four privately owned properties totaling 68 hectares in the Hazel Grove area of Queens County.
The PEI Department of Agriculture and Forestry is asking home garden growers to check their tomato plants for Late Blight. Recently purchased plants and ones grown from seeds should all be checked.
Due to weather conditions, effective immediately burning permits are no longer vlid and outdoor burning will not be allowed until the Fire Weather Index returns to Low.
The popular Public Land Atlas has been updated and revised to reflect a number of changes requested by the people who use these lands for recreation, bird watching, hiking, hunting and fishing. The updated Atlas is available free of charge on line or in print for $34 at the J. Frank Gaudet Tree Nursery in Charlottetown.
Federal and provincial governments combined investments to allow RWL Holdings Ltd in Travellers Rest to purchase innovative technology to improve service to Island potato growers. The high-speed, high-volume potato wash facility will help make the potato industry more profitable and competitive.
- Agriculture & Forestry Photo Contest
- 2013/2014 Seed Potato Directory
- 2013 Directory for Farmers
- Backyard Bug Brigade
- Buffer Zone Legislation
- Companion Animal Welfare Initiative (CAWI)
- Environmentally Significant Class of Land Holdings
- Forest Fire Weather Index
- Forest Tenders
- PEI Agriculture Certificate Program
- Pesticide Certificate
- Potato Disinfection Services
- Potato Planting Permits
- Premises Identification Program