The media releases presented here includes a range of Conservation Sudbury news that will give you information of upcoming issues and exciting information as it becomes available.
Conservation Sudbury Completes Low Impact Development Pilot Project
Please join us this evening at 6:30 PM for a walk-through and grand opening of the project site at the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex at 235 Countryside Dr.
LID also known as green infrastructure is an innovative stormwater management technique that utilizes natural features such as specialized soils, stone, and native tree, shrub, and perennial species as its infrastructure.
South Bay Road, SUDBURY – Yesterday NDCF Chairman Peter Edmunds thanked three organizations that provided a combined $6 500 in donations to bring kayaks for kids to Lake Laurentian, namely:
MEDIA RELEASE REVISED at 16h00: March 8, 2019
CONSERVATION SUDBURY HOLDS ANNUAL CONTINGENCY MEETING AREA RESIDENTS REMINDED TO USE CAUTION AND ALWAYS BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES
Sudbury – Conservation Sudbury hosted its annual spring Flood Contingency Planning meeting yesterday at Tom Davies Square. The most recent information regarding snow pack and water levels was shared and preparedness for the upcoming spring runoff was discussed. The following agencies or organizations participated:
The above organizations and agencies communicate on a regular basis during the runoff period. The general public will be updated on developing conditions by Conservation Sudbury and its partners.
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For immediate release November 23, 2018
Each year at the Latornell Conservation Symposium individuals are recognized for their exceptional contributions to the conservation field. The Sudbury Source Protection Authority is happy to announce that Nels Conroy was one of four honoured with a Latornell Leadership Award at this year’s Symposium held last week in Alliston, ON.
December 12 2017 was a milestone day for Conservation Sudbury.
Conservation Sudbury celebrated its 60th anniversary. On December 12, 1957 the Junction Creek Conservation Authority was founded. Years later it merged with the Whitson Valley Conservation Authority and was renamed as the Nickel District Conservation Authority in 1973.
A new Conservation Authorities Act was also released yesterday. Bill 139, which includes a new Conservation Authorities Act, passed through the Ontario Legislature and received royal assent.
The modernizing of this 1946 legislation provides the foundation for conservation authorities to strengthen our watershed management role recognized as a key tool in helping Ontario to adapt to the impacts of issues such as rapid growth and climate change.
Trailforks shows you your current location and our entire trail network.* Please note that Trailforks relies on information being submitted by users. While Conservation Sudbury does its best to keep the trail information on the app up-to-date all the time, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and always recommend our paper trail guide as the most accurate information.
What3Words can be used in case of an emergency to quickly give your location to emergency services
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