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Board of Directors

Elected May 2017

George Coade – Chairperson, Suffolk
Meghan McCarthy – Vice Chairperson, Suffolk
Esther Currie – Secretary, Suffolk 
Lowell Vessey – Treasurer, York
Cathy Corrigan, Blooming Point
Jean-Paul Arsenault, Charlottetown
John Hughes, Corran Ban
Matt Steeves, Charlottetown
Ryan Winters, Cornwall
Scott Stevens, Charlottetown


Sarah Wheatley, Suffolk


Office location:
13977 St. Peters Road
Marshfield, PEI
(just across from the Suffolk Road)


Mailing address:
630 Suffolk Road
Dunstaffnage, PEI
C1C 0P6

Some of our most recent Facebook posts:

Winter River-Tracadie Bay Watershed Association shared Water Use Makeover Program's photo. ...

UPDATE: Thanks for all who participated. The gift certificate was won by Anne Wallace, and the water saving package by Evelyn McCarthy. Would you like to win a great prize this holiday season and help the environment? There are two ways to help us AND win: 1) Charlottetown residents* can fill in a survey for a chance to win a water saving package from our Water Use Makeover Program. 2) Like and share this post for a chance to win a $125 gift certificate from Home Hardware Charlottetown. This could be used for water saving devices for your home, or anything that you need. *Water Makeovers are only available to residents of Charlottetown who receive their own Water & Sewer Utility bills and have a water meter. Package may include toilets, rain barrels, shower heads, etc. based on the needs of your home. Contest organized by Winter River-Tracadie Bay Watershed Association.

A quick summary of our summer, and thanks to the PEI Wildlife Conservation Fund ...

More history about the Winter River - there used to be Water Bailiffs hired to protect the salmon fishery. ...

Thought you might like to see that they had Water Bailiffs in 1869 for the Winter River. The Royal Gazette, Sept. 24, 1869


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