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Want to ask a question or send a comment? General email enquiries may be sent to info@wintertracadie.ca or you may contact any of the people listed below.

 

Board of Directors

Elected May 2018

George Coade – Chairperson, Suffolk
   charliegeorge@pei.sympatico.ca
Clare Martin – Vice-chair, Millcove
    ctamartin135@gmail.com
Esther Currie – Secretary, Suffolk
    edejong.currie@gmail.com 
Lowell Vessey – Treasurer, York
Cathy Corrigan, Blooming Point
    winterstream@live.com
Jean-Paul Arsenault, Charlottetown
    jean-paul_arsenault@hotmail.com
John Hughes, Corran Ban
    hughesjohnvera@pei.sympatico.ca
Matt Steeves, Charlottetown
    matt_steeves@hotmail.com
Ryan Winters, Cornwall
    rwinters.pmp@outlook.com
Scott Stevens, Charlottetown
    kscottstevens8@gmail.com

Coordinator

Sarah Wheatley, Suffolk
   sarahw_82@hotmail.com
   902-314-9293

 

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

 

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

 

Connect with us on Social Media:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wrtbwa/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WinterTracadie

 

Some of our most recent Facebook posts:

1 week ago

Winter River-Tracadie Bay Watershed Association

We had a great turnout for our snowshoe event yesterday.It was a crisp afternoon at Glenaladale but everyone was dressed for it and in good spirits. Enjoyed showing this group Glenaladale and chatting about the history and the future for Glenaladale. Hopefully many more events like this where many people get to enjoy the beauty.
Winter River-Tracadie Bay Watershed Association organized this snowshoe event and it was a pleasure to work with them again.
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1 month ago

Winter River-Tracadie Bay Watershed Association

An unusual sight in the watershed today - a raccoon spotted during the day. This one seemed to be foraging in the snow beneath some apple trees. ...

 

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