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That’s a Wrap: SNC Looks Back on Productive Year

The past year was anything but dull for South Nation Conservation (SNC) as it continued to work closely with its 16-member municipalities, partners and residents to deliver programs, engage communities, expand its public natural spaces and offer greater recreational opportunities across its 4,384 square-kilometre jurisdiction in Eastern Ontario. Read more

Make a Difference and Help Protect Your Local Environment in 2019

Are you passionate about your local environment? Is your New Year’s resolution to get involved in your community? South Nation Conservation (SNC) is seeking local volunteers who are interested in sitting on committees or helping with a variety of the Conservation’s Authority’s activities across its 4,384 square-km jurisdiction in Eastern Ontario. Read more

Students Take Part in Shield’s Creek Restoration

Thirty students from Ottawa’s Hillcrest High School were hosted by South Nation Conservation (SNC) in October to work on erosion control projects along Shield’s Creek in Greely. Through this work, the students were able to complete Specialist High Skills Major certifications towards their high school diplomas. Students helped with erosion control work, planting trees, participated in electrofishing, studied benthic invertebrates, and did water quality testing with Ottawa’s Water Rangers. Read more

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