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Board of Directors

Elected May 2018

George Coade – Chairperson, Suffolk
Clare Martin – Vice-chair, Millcove
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


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Some of our most recent Facebook posts:

An upcoming book launch - all about Glenaladale estate, which is in our watershed area.The Glenaladale Heritage Trust is thrilled to announce the launch of an engaging publication by Island educator, author and illustrator Sterling Stratton. In a detailed tribute to what he calls the foremost historical dwelling on Prince Edward Island, Sterling has compiled a labour intensive collection of pen and ink drawings, anecdotes and history which extensively covers the architectural features and furnishings of the grand old building & property. The book is titled "Exploring Glenaladale" , and will be available for sale at a book launch at Beaconsfield Carriage House on Sunday, March 10th from 2-4 pm . Proceeds from all sales will go towards the ongoing preservation and rejuvenation of the Glenaladale Estate. Light refreshments will be served. Beaconsfield Carriage House is located at 2 Kent St, Ch'town. ...

After our recent CBC story about our shoreline cleanups, we were invited to attend this event. It is open to the public and there will be a panel discussion.Interested in reducing your consumption of single-use plastic? Then you may be interested in this event, hosted by CBC!

"On Tuesday, February 5th at 7 p.m. at The Guild Theatre in Charlottetown, CBC will be holding a free public screening of Land and Sea's Ocean Devotion, followed by a conversation about reducing our consumption of single use plastic.

We'll get an update from Nancy Russell on how PEI is managing this, and we'll hear from guest panellists Rachel Willcock, an innovative stay-at-home mom from Summerside, PEI Environment Minister Richard Brown, and Ocean Devotion producer Jane Adey.

Audience members will be encouraged to comment, ask questions and share their own ideas about reducing consumption of single use plastic.

Doors open at 6:30 and seating will be limited to 140"


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