Serving the drainage basins:
Seven Mile Bay, Augustine Cove-Cape Traverse, Tryon River, DeSable River, and Westmoreland River.
The South Shore Watershed Association (SSWA) is a registered charitable organization established in 2011 to protect and maintain five adjacent watersheds in the the south-central area of Prince Edward Island, Canada.
The South Shore Watershed Association is made up of board members, community members, students & staff. We work year long to help fund and support conservational projects along the South Shore.
We connect landowners, agricultural producers, and other industries to funding for conservation projects.
Board of Directors
Appointed watershed representatives
Augustine Cove / Cape Traverse
Daphne Davey (Secretary Treasurer)
Brenda Graves (Vice Chair)
Dina Blot (Chair
Coordinator – Juliana Granzoti
Juliana has been Coorindator of the South Shore Watershed Association since 2019. She has experience in overseeing major projects such as the construction of five pollinator gardens within the Victoria community, annual stream and wildlife habitat restoration across the watershed, and an anticipated installation of an ‘outdoor classroom’ for community connection to nature.
Project Manager – Jennifer Woods
Jenn is a Certified North American Wildlife Technician with over 5 years of experience successfully leading projects across PEI watersheds. She has recently joined the Board of Executives with Nature PEI and volunteers with several organizations including Island Trails and PEI Ground Search & Rescue. Outside of work, she can be found outdoors, alongside her dog, in all kinds of weather.
Wildlife Technician / Field Supervisor – Matthew Meenink
Matt has been Field Supervisor for the South Shore Watershed Association since coming on in 2019. He holds a diploma in Wildlife Conservation Technology from Holland college and a Wildlife Conservation degree from the University of Prince Edward Island. Matt is highly experienced conducting research, implementing design, and leading large groups of people through wildlife restoration projects.