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SNC Installs New Pollinator Meadows in North Dundas
South Nation Conservation (SNC) staff were busy as bees this Fall, completing the installation of over three acres of pollinator habitat in North Dundas. The new pollinator meadows planted by SNC, in partnership with Syngenta Canada, have created essential habitats and food sources for a range of pollinators, including native bees and pollinating insects. These meadows also enhance the biodiversity of the region and improve the local environment. Read more
SNC Offers Winter Recreation at Select Conservation Areas
With winter weather approaching, South Nation Conservation’s (SNC) has begun closing its seasonal Conservation Areas and is removing safety booms and shoreline docks along rivers within the region. SNC maintains seasonal Conservation Areas and municipal partner sites with river access officially between May and October each year and extends access into April and November when the weather and water conditions are safe for public use. Read more
It’s That Time of Year Again – Place Your 2024 Tree Orders!
After a few record-breaking tree planting seasons across its 4,480 square-kilometre watershed jurisdiction in Eastern Ontario, South Nation Conservation (SNC) is calling out to property owners this Fall to start planning for their Spring 2024 tree planting projects! SNC is currently booking site visits and accepting orders for locally sourced native trees and shrubs offered at reduced rates through a variety of planting programs administered by the Conservation Authority. Read more