Conservation Ontario is the network of 36 Conservation Authorities, local watershed management agencies that deliver services and programs that protect and manage water and other natural resources in partnership with government, landowners and other organizations. Conservation Authorities promote an integrated watershed approach balancing human, environmental and economic needs. Conservation Authorities are organized on a watershed basis.
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Conservation Ontario Seconds Leader in Watershed Management
Conservation Ontario/Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority Media Release
NEWMARKET [June 14, 2013] Conservation Ontario (CO) is excited to announce the short-term secondment of Mike Walters, currently General Manager of Watershed Management at the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA). Mr. Walters will be working with CO to build stronger long-term provincial support and partnerships in the areas of integrated watershed management and the province-wide source water protection program.
Conservation Authorities Start to Release New Series of Watershed Report Cards
Conservation Ontario E-Bulletin
A Check Up on the Health of Ontario's Watersheds (March 18, 2013)
Conservation Ontario Blog Post
New Conservation Authority Watershed Report Cards provide a CHECK UP on the State of Ontario's Environment
Conservation Ontario Media Release
NEWMARKET [March 18, 2013] In conjunction with Canada Water Week, Ontario's Conservation Authorities have started to release a new series of Watershed Report Cards, that provide a CHECK UP on the current state of many of Ontario's watersheds in terms of lakes, rivers, streams, groundwater, and forest conditions.
Funding programs that protect trees & water (June 11)
Family donates swamp land to HCA (June 10)
Health Unit warns to take precaution for ticks in wooded areas (June 10)
Hydro One helps save butternut trees in eastern Ontario (June 6)
Conservation education program gets support (June 6)