WRIG’s Annual General Meeting

Mark it in your calendars, the Wheatley River Improvement Group’s Annual General Meeting will be held April 17, 2019. The meeting will take place at the Wheatley River Community Hall, just across the bridge in Wheatley River. All are welcome and encouraged join and ask any questions you might have. More information on this event to come in the coming months.

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WRIG is pleased to announce the release of its new booklet guide for landowners and residents: Stewardship in our Watershed

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PDF Version available here: WRIG – Stewardship in our Watershed

This project had been part of WRIG’s ongoing efforts to protect and restore wildlife habitat and water qualitythroughout the Wheatley River watershed, and encourage landowners to actively participate in the environmental stewardship of their properties, contributing positively to the overall health of our watershed.

The Wheatley River Improvement Group gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Habitat Stewardship Program (HSP) – Prevention Stream, and the Prince Edward Island Wildlife Conservation Fund (PEIWCF), contributing to the creation of this WRIG booklet Stewardship in our Watershed for local landowners with natural areas, as well as the Wood Duck nest box building workshop hosted at Kent Building Supplies in Charlottetown.

Our appreciation is also extended to WRIG members and the residents of PEI, who continue purchasing fishing and hunting licenses which contribute to this important funding initiative.

To see this publication on line, please click the link above to view the booklet as pdf, and for more information on WRIG projects and how to get involved with our Watershed Group, please go to www.wheatleyriver.ca.

Printed versions of the booklet are available upon request, please contact the WRIG office.

About WRIG:

Wheatley River Improvement Group is a non-government, not-for-profit organization dedicated to protection and management of The Wheatley River, Cymbria, Chapel Creek, Oyster Bed Bridge, Hornes Creek and Lukes CreekWatersheds.



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