The information presented here includes a range of Conservation Sudbury news that will give you some insight into current issues and relevant community information.
Students in Sudbury promote water safety, Sunday, June 21, 2015 3:43:02 EDT AM
The annual Fast Flowing Water Contest winners were announced at Tom Davies Square.
February 26, 2015 @ 4:30 PM Room C-12, Tom Davies Square 200 Brady Street, Sudbury
Greater Sudbury Transit is extending public transit service to the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area!
Mondays to Fridays, starting Wednesday, July 2 to August 22.
Riders are asked to board Route 500 University for transportation to wilderness trails and scenic lookouts. The bus carries two "rack and roll" bicycle racks for cyclists to enjoy a 65 km trail system.
Regular fares apply.
For Greater Sudbury Transit schedules and fares, please visit www.greatersudbury.ca/transit
CLICK HERE to read the full public service announcement from Greater Sudbury Transit.
By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff, Jun 11, 2014
The protection efforts of water quality in Ramsey Lake got a financial boost with a $35,000 RBC Blue Water Grant for Conservation Sudbury.
The funds will be used for environmentally friendly site drainage and stormwater and rain water management for the Northern Water Sports Centre property.
Lin met with Nickel Belt MPP France Gelinas on June 10, 2014 to discuss issues of importance to our watershed residents.
Trailpeak has included many of the trails found at LLCA in its site.
Please note that Conservation Sudbury is not responsible for the accuracy of the information found on the Trailpeak site.
Visit the BioSki Cross-Country and Showshoe Club for ski and snowshoe maps around Lake Laurentian
CLICK HERE to read the featured article on the Northern Life's 2012 Community Builder Awards of Excellence.