South Nation Conservation uses the scientific knowledge acquired by its experts to develop sub-watershed reports, watershed bulletins, and fisheries management plans.

Watershed reporting is a management and evaluation tool that enables South Nation Conservation and its partners to better target programs and measure changes in the environment. These reports provide a large amount of technical information in an easily understandable way. Member municipalities, agencies, and other local organizations can use the results of these reports to design their programs.

Ontario's Conservation Authorities prepare watershed health bulletins every five years. These newsletters provide information about the environment, based on consistent standards across Ontario.