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The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority is located in southwestern Ontario and includes the Sydenham River watershed and smaller watersheds draining directly into southern Lake Huron, the St. Clair River and northeastern Lake St. Clair. The Conservation Authority implements programs to reduce the risk to life and property from flooding and erosion; water and land stewardship; forestry; wildlife habitat creation and outdoor recreation.

Current Watershed Conditions

Flood Status Normal

Normal: No flood conditions exist

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August Conservation Update Available

August Conservation Update Available

The August edition of Conservation Update is now available. This issue includes stories on the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s donation to support biological monitoring, a donation from Bonduelle, Strathroy, for trail improvements and a new picnic area and on the $3,000 […]
2014 Scholarship Winners

2014 Scholarship Winners

The Conservation Scholarship program rewards graduating high school students continuing their post-secondary studies in a conservation related field based on their academic achievement and their demonstrated interest and involvement with the environment. In total, $3,000 was awarded across the St. […]
Bonduelle Supports Conservation

Bonduelle Supports Conservation

The Strathroy Conservation Area received a helping hand thanks to the efforts of Bonduelle employees and a donation of $10,000. The project began with a clean-up of the park and trail area followed by the construction of trails, benches and […]
Ontario Trillium Foundation Supports Conservation Work

Ontario Trillium Foundation Supports Conservation Work

Thanks to a major grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, more will be learned about Lambton County streams and creeks flowing into Lake Huron. Partners on the project include Carolinian Canada Coalition, St. Clair Region Conservation Authority and Chippewas of […]
Campgrounds Water Soaked for the  Long Weekend

Campgrounds Water Soaked for the Long Weekend

  A very wet start the week prior to the May long weekend has forced the Authority to close transient campsites for the weekend (May 16 – 19). The wet ground conditions would make it impossible to park trailers and […]
Road Crews to Help in Snake Sightings

Road Crews to Help in Snake Sightings

Spring is here, the temperatures are warming up, birds are returning and the flowers are blooming but that’s not the only sign of spring. Reptiles are also on the move. To highlight the reptiles in the area staff from the […]