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SNC INSTALLS EEL LADDERS IN THREE LOCATIONS
South Nation Conservation continues to focus on making life easier for what has become a rare regional fish species, the American Eel. In September, three temporary eel ladders were installed on SNC water control structures at Crysler, Chesterville and Russell. Made of wood, plastic and metal, the ramps designed to facilitate eel migration will be removed at the end of October; the plan is to reinstall them in June. Read more
FULL REGISTRATION AT THE 7TH ANNUAL YOUTH HUNT!
South Nation Conservation in partnership with the South Nation Branch of Delta Waterfowl is proud to celebrate the annual Youth Hunt within the South Nation River Watershed, will full registration for the 7th consecutive year! Read more
SOUTH NATION CONSERVATION WELCOMES CITIZEN SCIENTISTS
Have you ever considered becoming a “citizen scientist”? South Nation Conservation is always looking for volunteers to help out with its Stream Watch Program which includes monitoring watercourses, tree planting, wildlife habitat enhancement, and invasive species removal. The program has been funded by a Royal Bank of Canada Blue Water Grant in the amount of $78,650. “It’s a great way for interested volunteers to become citizen scientists active in a variety of projects,” said SNC Fish and Wildlife Technician Philip Duncan. Read more