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Monitoring Watershed Conditions a Year-Round Priority

Protecting people and property in the watershed from the effects of flooding, landslides and drought is top of mind for South Nation Conservation (SNC) when it monitors water quality and quantity throughout its jurisdiction in Eastern Ontario.  Environmental monitoring and reporting support on-the-ground restoration projects and landowner stewardship, conservation lands management and education, development review and flood forecasting and warning programs.  Read more

Step into Nature at a Conservation Area this Winter

As the seasonal torch is passed from autumn to winter, the impending snowy weather is an opportunity to explore select Conservation Areas across South Nation Conservation’s (SNC) 4,441 km2 watershed jurisdiction that remain open for year-round enjoyment. Traditionally SNC would close seasonal parks following the Thanksgiving weekend but opted to extend access into November to accommodate the continued increased use and great weather. Read more

South Nation Wood Creations Online Auction Wraps Up with Solid Finish

South Nation Conservation (SNC) wrapped up an online Wood Auction that raised nearly $3,000 to support tree planting initiatives across its 4,441 km2 jurisdiction in Eastern Ontario. “Thanks to the support from the online auction, we are well on our way to surpassing last year’s record-breaking tree planting number of 230,000 trees planted,” said John Mesman, SNC’s Community Lands and Outreach Lead. Read more

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