2019 Passport to Nature

For the first time ever we have created a Passport to Nature. The passport is a booklet containing information on a series of events we have organized for this summer and fall. The purpose of the passport is to help Islanders and visitors to our Island experience and learn more about PEI’s protected places.

We own over 4,000 acres of land in 47 natural areas across PEI−from upland hardwood stands, to forested wetlands, beaches and dunes, and nearshore islands. We hope our Passport to Nature provides you with ample opportunity to discover some of these special places!

Paper copies of the passport are available at our office or you can download an online version here

Island Nature Trust Workshops

For our 40th anniversary year, we have partnered with local experts to offer a series of nature education workshops and experiences that will take place throughout the upcoming summer, fall, and winter.

Workshop hosts have graciously donated their time to facilitate these events as a fundraiser for INT in our 40th anniversary year!

To view the list of workshops on offer, click here.

Celebrating 40 Years

Greater yellowlegs at Tracadie Harbour by Shirley Gallant

Celebrating 40 Years of Conservation

2019 marks Island Nature Trust’s 40th Anniversary! To celebrate this milestone, Island Nature Trust hosted a very special fundraising event on May 10th. The event was held at the PEI Brewing Company and featured live entertainment, a buffet meal, silent auction items, and opportunities to sign up for some incredible workshops and nature-oriented experiences guided by knowledgeable Islanders that will be taking place throughout the year.

Congratulations to Pat McIntyre who won the draw for the stunning life-sized Great Blue Heron carving crafted by Dave Broderick of Alberton!