Trout River Environmental Committee launches new guide for landowners
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The Trout River Environmental Committee (TREC) has launched a brand new information to offer landowners with a complete information on numerous environmental points.
The information, funded by the P.E.I. Wildlife Conservation Fund, is accessible on cell gadgets and comprises a wealth of knowledge on packages and companies out there to assist landowners.
The information covers a variety of subjects, together with forest administration, local weather change, bat safety, fishing licenses and boating guidelines.
The knowledge on the information is gathered from completely different sources, together with the provincial and federal authorities, Geese Limitless, Island Nature Belief and Nature P.E.I., amongst others.
The information additionally gives helpful telephone numbers and hyperlinks to assist landowners entry packages and companies.
The information is designed to be accessible to landowners and gives solutions to questions akin to how one can get nuisance beavers eliminated, how one can get substantial provincial and federal rebates for warmth pumps and how one can report invasive vegetation utilizing an app.
The TREC is a group watershed group that goals to preserve and restore the pure integrity of 9 watersheds and promote environmental stewardship within the Stanley Bridge to the Cavendish space of North Central P.E.I.
To entry the brand new Landowner Data Information, go to www.troutriverec.ca/landowner-information.
For extra data, contact Andrew Lush through electronic mail at [email protected] or go to the TREC web site at www.troutriverec.ca.