Every day is a great day for a walk with friends at the Upton Farmlands. Photo Credit: Ann MacNeill, “Sees the Moment” Photography
Canada Lands Company, the federal crown corporation that is selling the Upton Farmlands for subdivisions, has the decision-making power to allow the people of Canada to keep this publicly-owned land as greenspace. One of our supporters wrote the letter you see below to Mr. Robert Howald, president, and Mr. Gordon McIvor, vice-president, of Canada Lands. Would you consider sending the same type of […]
Sally, Sam and Eli love the snow — and, obviously, each other’s company — while visiting the Upton Farmlands. Thanks for the great action shot, Signe Andersen!
On a snowy, blowy day like March 29 was on PEI, it was good to have Jules’ reassurance that spring will, indeed, come to the Island – and Upton Farm – again!
The Guardian March 19, 2007 Island shouldn’t copy Toronto’s sprawl Editor: I have the privilege of being a regular visitor to Prince Edward Island and am always grateful for the hospitality and warmth I find during my visits. While my visits have taken me all over the Island, I have spent most of my time […]
Just up the road from the Upton Farm, Mr. Fox here wonders: if the entire area is turned into homes, which one will I be invited to live in?
…to Upton Farmlands Park!
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 Confederation Birthplace intiative website wants to know how YOU would spend some of the $2 million funding provided to Charlottetown to develop it as the Birthplace of Confederation. From the website: “In October, 2006, the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency announced a commitment of $2-million as core funding for the Confederation Birthplace Initiative (CBI), a […]
The Guardian March 16, 2007 Editor: I’ve been meaning to write a letter to the editor for some time now on the topic of Upton Farm, but after reading Prof. Nagarajan’s commentary (‘Let’s hold off developing the Upton Farm’, The Guardian, March 13, 2007), my letter is much shorter. His arguments for leaving the Upton […]