CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The Coalition for the Safety of P.E.I. Lands are presenting a sequence of public boards on pressing points associated to land safety on the Island.
The discussion board’s important goal is to encourage Islanders to take motion to scale back present land disasters and stop future land catastrophes.
It goals to refocus the Island’s consideration on defending the land that’s supported by enforced legal guidelines and politicians who adhere to legislations and laws.
“All P.E.I. lands are below fixed menace both from the peculiar motion of tides or from ever extra frequent extreme climate occasions in addition to from land possession patterns and plenty of dangerous farming practices,” famous the discharge.
The primary discussion board, Level Deroche Catastrophe, will happen on-line on Thursday, Nov. 10, from 7 p.m. to eight:30 p.m.
The discussion board examines Level Deroche as a case examine of P.E.I. lands safety gone flawed.
Ian Petrie, a well known Island journalist with a background in environmental research and a deep-seated curiosity in agriculture and fishery, is chairing the discussion board.
The visitor presenter, Boyd Allen, spent his early years on a small farm on the south shore of P.E.I.
His coaching in environmental research, intensive journey and involvement with organizations such because the Residents’ Alliance lead him to a dedication to the safety of P.E.I. Lands.
Attendees should pre-register by emailing [email protected] earlier than Nov. 4.
Extra info on Shield P.E.I. is offered online.