The fall colours of Abram-Village (Photo by Sean Landsman)

The fall colours of Abram-Village (Photo by Sean Landsman)

Featured Projects

  • Abram-Village (Photo by Sean Landsman)

    In Abram-Village, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has conserved 79 hectares (194 acres) of coastal land, protecting one of Prince Edward Island's largest salt marshes.
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  • Blooming Point, PEI (Photo by Sean Landsman)
    Blooming Point

    NCC owns a 52-hectare (128-acre) property behind popular Blooming Point beach.
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  • The Cascumpec Sandhills (Photo by Mike Dembeck)
    Cascumpec Sandhills and Conway Sandhills

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada has protected 202 hectares (500 acres) on the Cascumpec Sandhills and the Conway Sandhills, near-shore islands on the north shore of PEI.
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  • Elizabeth Walsh Nature Reserve, PEI  (photo by NCC)
    Elizabeth Walsh Nature Reserve

    The mature aspen trees at the Elizabeth Walsh nature reserve are preferred by woodpeckers, the only species able to create nesting cavities in the wood. Once the cavities are abandoned by woodpeckers, they provide habitat for many other types of wildlife, including flying squirrels. This older forest also supports a rich diversity of plants, such as the provincially rare Christmas fern.
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  • Yellow Lady's Slipper
    Five Houses Woodland Nature Reserve

    The Five Houses Woodland Nature Reserve is three kilometres from beautiful St. Peter’s Bay, in northeastern Prince Edward Island. Located east of the provincially protected St.
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  • Kwesawe'k (Oulton's Island), PEI (Photo by BrainWorks Inc.)
    Kwesawe'k (Oulton's Island)

    A collaborative conservation story.
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  • Percival River, Prince Edward Island (Photo by NCC)
    Percival River

    Percival River, which feeds into Egmont Bay, provides Islanders with a view rarely seen on Prince Edward Island: forest all around.
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  • St. Peter's Harbour (Photo by Mike Dembeck)
    Prince Edward Island's Precious Ecosystems

    Take a look at what has been accomplished in PEI, thanks to your support. Prince Edward Island is known for stunning landscapes and gorgeous coastlines. With the support of donors, volunteers, supporters, and conservation partners, Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has been protecting PEI’s most precious ecosystems since 1978. Thanks to our donors, we have been able to accomplish so much across our island. Click below to learn more about what has already been done, and the importance of furthering NCC’s mission of protecting PEI’s wild spaces.
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  • Garry MacEwen, National Revenue Minister Gail Shea, Jim MacEwen and NCC Program Manager Diane Griffin unveil Errol A. MacEwen Nature Reserve, PEI (Photo by NCC)
    St. Peters Harbour

    This 14-hectare (34-acre) site was a gift to the Nature Conservancy of Canada by a PEI family, in memory of their late brother, Errol A. MacEwen.
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  • Mel and Camilla MacPhee (MacPhee family photo)
    The Mel and Camilla MacPhee Nature Reserve

    In 2019, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) protected a 91-hectare (226-acre) rare wetland and hardwood forest in Kingsboro, near Souris. The ecologically significant site was donated for conservation by Camilla MacPhee and family, in memory of her husband, Souris business leader, Melvin MacPhee.
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  • Thomas Island, PEI (Photo by Mike Dembeck)
    Thomas Island

    NCC currently owns 12 hectares (30 acres) in Murray Harbour in southeastern Prince Edward Island.
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