Upton Farm Trust would like to invite you to join us at our Annual General Meeting. This meeting is for our members to get up to date with what has been happening over the past year (+) with Upton. Membership can be renewed at the door for $10. Our regularly scheduled AGM will hopefully get […]
Jim Day (email@example.com)Published: 13 hours ago CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Motorists are now enjoying a scenic stretch along Capital Drive heading into and out of Charlottetown – one that will grow to impressive heights – thanks to a donation of 100 trees. A legacy forest was planted on Upton Farmlands to commemorate CN’s 100th anniversary, in partnership […]
Why are we are fencing in a 20-acre portion of the property for OFF-LEASH use: Back in 2005/2006, a group of citizens lobbied government to ‘save Upton farm’ from development, as it was then owned by the Federal Government and was declared surplus. Development plans were well underway. After YEARS of lobbying all levels of […]
Upton Farm Trust Inc Annual General Meeting June 4th, 2019 at 7:00 pmLocation: The Upton Room West Royalty Community Center Old and New Members welcome! Memberships are available at the door and allow voting privileges. 2019 AGM Agenda Welcome and Introduction of Board Members Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes of 2018 Annual General Meeting […]
UPTON FARM TRUST INC. AGENDA – Annual General Meeting June 5, 20187 PM Upton Room, West Royalty Community Centre Welcome and Introduction of Board Members Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes of 2017 Annual General Meeting President’s Report Treasurer’s Report Infrastructure Committee Report Nomination of Directors New Business Question and Answer Period Adjournment
A dear friend of mine painted this, and it’s too beautiful not to share. Enjoy!
The Upton Farm Trust AGM for 2017 will be held on Wednesday, June 7/17. Location: West Royalty Community Center, The Upton Room (upstairs) Time : 7:00pm Thank you,The Upton Farm Trust Inc
Here is a link to a presentation that was given to Ministers Mitchell and Biggar in October 2015. It explains many of the reasons that the Trust believes so strongly in the benefits of being under the Natural Areas Protections Act.