The goal of the Southeast Environmental Association is to protect, maintain, and enhance the ecology of south eastern Prince Edward Island for the environmental, social, and economic well being of area residents. SEA is governed by a board of directors representing various sectors of our society. Read More…
What We Do…
We encourage, lead, and seek funding for projects relating to our goals and objectives and our coverage area. Results of strategic planning sessions recently held, the following issues were rated as top priority:2007 Strategic Plan
SEA is committed to:
working with individuals and groups in south eastern Prince Edward Island
raising awareness and taking action to promote environmental stewardship
offering programs and services focusing on improving the environment and economy
What is SEA?
The Southeast Environmental Association (SEA) was incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in 1992. SEA is directed by a board of directors consisting of fifteen volunteers representing various sectors of our society including business, government, youth and education. The volunteer board is lead by an Executive Committee consisting of a Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer.
To implement a comprehensive environmental management plan.
To work with area communities and stakeholders on their vision for a better environment.
To promote environmental stewardship through public education and awareness programming.
To create pilot projects involving communities and stakeholders demonstrating solutions to environmental problems.
Who Are We?
Sarah Jane Bell, Coordinator
Board of Directors Representing
Edgar Dewar, Chair Business
Andrew Trivett, Past Chair Education
John MacLeod, Secretary/Treasurer Agriculture
Terry Kerr At large
Delly Keen Fish and Wildlife
Janice Taylor Municipal government
Dale Thompson Provincial government
Vacant At large
Welcome to our site!
Thank You to everyone who participated in the Watershed Management Planning public meetings. An advisory committee has been working hard to shape the Montague/Valleyfield watershed management plan and is ready to present it to the public for input. The following meetings are scheduled: March 10th – Iona Hall March 12th – Heatherdale Hall March 17th – St.Mary’s Chruch Hall, Montague
A few things to remember: Household hazardous waste such as cleaners, aerosol cans, pesticides, insecticides, and paints should not be disposed of in regular waste; they are accepted free of charge at IWMC sites. Large furniture, appliances and tires are accepted free of charge at IWMC sites as well. Consider purchasing products with less packaging and remember to use cloth shopping bags.
Calculate your ecological footprint here: www.wrwcanada.com/ 09ecofootprint.htm
Call us to find out how you can Adopt-A-Coastline
SEA is always looking for new members! Contact us if you are interested.