Chester made some friends in South Winsloe while walking the Trans-Canada trail on his way to the Upton Farmlands. Everyone agreed they’d love to go to the Upton Farmlands to have fun with Chester, but thought they should first invite their their Moms and Dads to join them.
The Upton Farmlands in summer. We need to ask ourselves: “is housing the best use for this land?” Photo credit to Rob Leclair, CBC; * Lyric Credit, Joni Mitchell, Big Yellow Taxi
Like many other dogs, Chester enjoys his daily off-leash frolic with his friends at the Upton Farmlands. Here he takes a quiet minute to contemplate the view across the North River.
To the Upton Farm Preservation Group: I took my little girl to the bus stop and started to chat with some other mothers from Cottonwood Drive. They had no idea what was going on [the Maypoint subdivision on the Upton Farmlands approved by Charlottetown City Council]. They were shocked when I mentioned the 350 and up housing that has […]
On March 9, the Upton Farm Preservation Network made had the privilege of meeting with over 50 young people from across Prince Edward Island at the two-day 2007 Young Leaders’ Forum held at the Rodd Royalty in Charlottetown. The efforts and reasons for preserving the Upton Farmlands fitted well with the Round Table Discussions on the Environment […]