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SNC’s Geocaching Passports Prove to be Popular

South Nation Conservation’s (SNC) Geopassport Series has guided thousands of users on real-life and high-tech treasure hunts across various portions of its 4,384 square-kilometer jurisdiction in Eastern Ontario. Geocaching is a year-round outdoor recreational activity; the basic idea is to use a GPS device or smartphone to locate specific sets of coordinates in search of hidden boxes called geocaches, which contain prizes and logbooks. Read more

SNC Extends Deadline for Subsidized Tree Orders by a Week

Residents from across South Nation Conservation’s (SNC) 4,384 square-kilometer jurisdiction in Eastern Ontario can now purchase over-the-counter trees directly from the Conservation Authority at a subsidized cost until Friday, February 8, 2019. The price per seedling can be as low as $0.58 depending on the species, and a minimum of 100 seedlings in multiples of 50 per species can be ordered while supplies last. SNC’s over-the-counter trees are locally sourced and are native stock to Ontario. Read more

SNC Keeps Several Trails Open for Winter

South Nation Conservation (SNC) invites residents to enjoy over 30 kilometers of local trails that remain open and maintained throughout the winter season. Trails at the following SNC Conservation Areas are groomed for winter use and are accessible free of charge: W.E Burton and J. Henry Tweed in Russell, Two Creeks Forest in Morrisburg, Robert Graham in Glen Stewart, and Warwick Forest in Berwick. Read more

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