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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.

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Watershed Conditions Statement – Water Safety – March 19, 2015 – Event 1, Bulletin 2

Watershed Conditions Statement – Water Safety – March 19, 2015 – Event 1, Bulletin 2

Highlights: No significant precipitation this week Water levels gradually falling River ice continues to deteriorate River flows continue to be high with some localized flooding into floodplain areas. Levels are beginning to moderate and are expected to continue to fall […]
Habitat Conservation, Restoration and Enhancement on the North Sydenham River

Habitat Conservation, Restoration and Enhancement on the North Sydenham River

In March 2014, the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority received funding from Wildlife Habitat Canada and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry in order to implement and restore wetland habitat on the North Sydenham River. Within the last 150 […]
SCRCA Annual Meeting Held

SCRCA Annual Meeting Held

The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority held their 2015 annual meeting in Courtright on Thursday. In his opening remarks, Chair, Steve Arnold, highlighted the Authority’s emphasis on Community Conservation and role of the Authority in working with a wide variety […]