DeRoche Pond Natural Area – Celebration

2019 is a big year for Island Nature Trust and Nature PEI; it’s INT’s 40th anniversary and Nature PEI’s 50th. To celebrate, we are hosting a joint event at one of INT’s oldest protected areas, the DeRoche Pond Natural Area.

Date/time: Saturday, September 28 (note change of date), from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
canoe

Event participants are invited to come out to DeRoche Pond and stay for the day. Various activities will be happening throughout the day, including: canoe trips across the pond, a beach and parking lot cleanup, guided nature tours, and games for youngsters. There will be fun for the whole family!

Registration: Required. Phone: 902-892-7513 / E-mail: admin@islandnaturetrust.ca / Facebook: @islandnaturetrust

Cost: Admission by donation. In consideration of the staff time involved, a minimum $10 donation is suggested.

Meeting Place: Blooming Point Beach Parking Lot on MacDonald Road

Driving Instructions: From Charlottetown, travel east on St Peters Rd (Rte. 2) for approximately 16 km to the community of Tracadie Cross. Turn left onto Blooming Point Rd. (Rte. 218). Travel approximately 8 km, then turn left onto MacDonald Road. The Blooming Point Beach parking lot is about 1 km down MacDonald Rd., on the right. Drive time: about 28 minutes. GPS Coordinates: 46.418521, -62.947923

Don’t forget a water bottle and comfortable footwear!

Note: The rain date for this event is Sunday, September 29.

About Nature PEI

Nature PEI -formerly known as the Natural History Society of Prince Edward Island.
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