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Spend Your Summer on the South Nation River

From the headwaters near Brockville to where it empties into the Ottawa River near Plantagenet, the South Nation River offers endless summer recreational opportunities for the whole family on its 175 km waterway in Eastern Ontario. “With pandemic event restrictions lifted, we’re excited to fully welcome back and support all the great activities available in and around the South Nation River this summer,” explained John Mesman, South Nation Conservation’s (SNC) Community Lands and Outreach Lead. Read more

South Nation Conservation Provides Jobs to Local Students

South Nation Conservation (SNC) welcomed eight students and recent graduates to its team this summer, thanks to support from the Federal and Provincial Governments.  SNC is a regional leader in summer student employment; every year, the Conservation Authority hires local students from across its 4,441 km2 jurisdiction in Eastern Ontario. Read more

South Nation Conservation Supports Community Clean-Ups with Plants and Grants

Community groups across the South Nation Watershed united throughout April and May to make the area where they live, work and play a little cleaner!  Through a partnership with the City of Ottawa’s Clean Up the Capital Initiative, Unsmoke Canada and the Findlay Creek and Greely Community Associations, South Nation Conservation (SNC) also helped provide free trees and shrubs to volunteers who helped clean up local communities and the Leitrim Wetland. Read more

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