South Nation Conservation Celebrates 75 Years of Conservation
South Nation Conservation (SNC) is thrilled to be celebrating 75 years of conservation in 2022.
Established under the Conservation Authorities Act of Ontario in 1947, SNC has decades of practical experience protecting our environment and engaging communities while working on behalf of 16 member municipalities in Eastern Ontario.
This work includes managing 20,000 acres of community land, planting over 200,000 trees each year, monitoring and reporting on watershed health, and protecting people and property from flooding, erosion, and landslides.
To commemorate this significant milestone, SNC will be hosting some celebratory events throughout 2022 to highlight how our water resource management and the stewardship of our conservation lands have helped form and contribute to a Living Natural Legacy.
Some of the activities are new initiatives and others are community favourites, such as:
- Take a Hike – 75km Challenge – Year-Long
- Maple Syrup Education Programming – March/April 2022
- Community Free Tree Pick Ups, Record Spring Tree Planting – April/May 2022
- Annual General Meeting – April 2022
- Youth Fish Camps – July /August 2022
- Taste the Nation Partnerships – June-August 2022
- “Friends of SNC” Charity Golf Tournament – August 2022
- Open House and Eco-Education Day – September 2022 - POSTPONED TO 2023
- SNC Gives Back and Friends of SNC Volunteer Recognition – December 2022
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