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The Wheatley River Improvement Group added 3 new photos.

Yesterday was a beautiful day to be outside! We finished planting the hedgerow across from the school with students from Ecole Saint-Augustin. Thanks again to the Greening Spaces Program and the PEI Potato Board for making this project possible!
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The Wheatley River Improvement Group added 17 new photos to the album: 2017 Environmental Fun Day — at Garden of Hope.

The Environmental Fun Day, organized by the Wheatley River Improvement Group and the Hunter-Clyde Watershed Group, took place at the Garden of Hope in New Glasgow on Friday, June 9. Over 90 students from Central Queens, Gulf Shore Consolidated, and our local homeschool group joined us for a fun day of environmental education. There were a total of six stations for the students to rotate through, each focusing on a different aspect of the environment. We are incredibly grateful to the teachers, volunteers, and presenters for helping to make this day possible!
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The Environmental Fun Day, organized by the Wheatley River Improvement Group and the @[653738858040931:274:Hunter-Clyde Watershed Group], took place at the @[308288342640916:274:Garden of Hope] in New Glasgow on Friday, June 9. Over 90 students from Central Queens, Gulf Shore Consolidated, and our local homeschool group joined us for a fun day of environmental education. There were a total of six stations for the students to rotate through, each focusing on a different aspect of the environment. We are incredibly grateful to the teachers, volunteers, and presenters for helping to make this day possible!

The Environmental Fun Day, organized by the Wheatley River Improvement Group and the @[653738858040931:274:Hunter-Clyde Watershed Group], took place at the @[308288342640916:274:Garden of Hope] in New Glasgow on Friday, June 9.  Over 90 students from Central Queens, Gulf Shore Consolidated, and our local homeschool group joined us for a fun day of environmental education.  There were a total of six stations for the students to rotate through, each focusing on a different aspect of the environment.  We are incredibly grateful to the teachers, volunteers, and presenters for helping to make this day possible!

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It's World Environmetn Day and from my kitchen I am only one step from connecting with nature. This year we have one robin's nest and one grackle's nest in the pergola over the back deck. To add to the excitement, there is a troublesome squirrel determined to have the eggs - and perhaps the birds as well? ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to Jypsy Norman-Bain for sharing this photo of Crooked Creek likely taken in the late 80s. It's interesting to see the amount of water on the south side of the bridge compared to the water level today. ... See MoreSee Less

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