Resources

If you have any questions, if you have any issues that we might help with, if you need us to put you in touch with an expert on an environmental issue, if you see bats, or if you would like us to plant trees near your stream, please don’t hesitate to call us on or e-mail us at


2023 Annual Report

Here is our 2023 Annual Report, this report has a wealth of information and pictures of all of our activities for 2023.

Cross-watershed Tree Swallow Booklet:

This booklet is a helpful guide tree swallows and nesting box plans created as part of a conservation project between Trout River Environmental Committee, The Wheatley River Improvement Group, Hunter-Clyde Watershed Group, South Shore Watershed Association – SSWA and Kensington North Watersheds Association, funded by the Wildlife Conservation Fund. 

Chickadee Video:

Watch a family of Chickadees grow in one of our nesting boxes through this short 3 minute video. We were able to capture the nesting process from egg to nestling to full feathered Chickadee thanks to the Wildlife Conservation Fund.

Landowner Information Guide

Visit our Landowner Information Guide , this webpage contains a wealth of information on the environment and what you as an individual can do to help, as well as the programs and services out there to help you.

2022 Annual Report

Here is our Annual Report for 2022 [PDF] which has a wealth of information and pictures about all of our summer activities.

The Impact of Road Salt on Watersheds

The Impact of Road Salt on Watersheds – raising awareness of the impact of road salt on our environment. Created by TREC with help from Wheatley River Improvement Group.

2023 Summer Field Report

See our TREC Summer Field Report for 2021 [PDF]


Other useful websites:

The PEI Watershed Alliance is a loose cooperative of watershed groups across PEI, and has some great resources.

The Winter Woodlot Tour happens (weather permitting) every February, and is a great event to learn about how to use, enjoy, and protect small woodlots. TREC is on the organizing committee.

The ALUS program pays landowners to retire sensitive land, and covers some of the costs of fencing streams, delayed hay cutting, and soil conservation structures.

PEI’s Open Data Portal has raw data, maps, and charts showing all kinds of interesting data including historical groundwater and stream water chemical levels.