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PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN SNC AND OPG PROVIDES GREATER EXPANSION OF CRITICAL WILDLIFE HABITAT

 A three-year partnership with Ontario Power Generation (OPG) will allow South Nation Conservation (SNC) to expand programs that restore and create habitat for plants and animals in woodlands, grasslands and wetlands. "SNC is pleased to be working with OPG, to support conservation initiatives in the communities in which we operate" said Karen Paquette, SNC Project Lead. Read more

RE-DESIGNED RAISIN-SOUTH NATION SOURCE PROTECTION WEBSITE LAUNCHES THIS WEEK

It’s live! The Raisin-South Nation Source Protection website has been re-designed and re-launched in both official languages this week. The website is user-friendly and contains helpful links for Municipalities, property owners, and businesses that live and work in the drinking water protection areas. Read more

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

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