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Welcome

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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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 […]
Monitoring Watershed Conditions

Monitoring Watershed Conditions

The SCRCA is continuing to monitor conditions across the watershed in preparation for warmer temperatures into March and the start to the seasonal spring freshet. As of the end of January, our snow surveys show that we are averaging about […]
Conservation Update, October 2014

Conservation Update, October 2014

In this issue: Authority Receives WECI Funding to Support Local Projects – Ontario Community Environment Fund Provides $20,000 for Water Quality Monitoring – Reaching Out Into the Community – Foundation Supports Conservation Work – Memorial Forest Dedications Held – Conservation […]