By Rafe Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Video for story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v A small island in P.E.I.’s Prince County will soon be a dedicated nature haven for some of the province’s most at-risk species. Kwesawe’k, or Oulton’s Island, will soon be purchased by the Nature Conservancy of Canada with the goal of turning the island into a protected natural area. NCC will own the Island for the next five years, after which time it will be donated to the P.E.I. Mi’kmaw community to steward the land. Lanna Campbell, program director for P.E.I. with the NCC, told SaltWire Network on Nov. 10 this project has been about 40 years in the making. “The first evidence of NCC first mentioning wanting to buy the Island was in 1983,” said Campbell. “We’ve certainly had
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