Soleil Hutchinson has been named the 2021 winner of the PEI Women's Institute "Woman in Agriculture Award.”
Running a restaurant is a huge challenge at the best of times. When the government forbids customers to come through the door because of a world-wide pandemic, hard becomes impossible.
The research being conducted by Dr. Michael van den Heuvel is important for the development of a sustainable irrigation strategy, the deputy minister of the Environment, Energy and Climate Action recently told members of the Standing Committee on Natural Resources and Environmental Sustainability.
The University of Prince Edward Island Board of Governors has extended the appointment of Dr. Greg Keefe as Dean of Veterinary Medicine for a three year term through June 30, 2024.
As the Canadian potato crop heads into the prime summer growing season, Kevin MacIsaac said optimistic across the country are optimistic for good growing conditions.
Officials from the Department of Environment, Energy and Climate Action offered a snapshot of the challenges in developing a sustainable irrigation strategy during an appearance before the Standing Committee on Natural Resources and Environment Sustainability.
While it is still a long time until harvest, the general manager of the PEI Grain Elevator Corporation is optimistic both prices and yields will be good for grain and oilseeds producers.
The Department of Agriculture and Land launched 17 initiatives with a price tag of just over $17 million during the first 12 months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
What was notably absent from government’s press release on the implementation of the Water Act is that these changes would include lifting the moratorium on high-capacity wells for irrigation that has protected PEI waterways for nearly two decades says Green Party MLA Hannah Bell.