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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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Soil Test Clinic

Soil Test Clinic

The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority is offering a free clinic on understanding your soil test results on Thursday February 11, 2016 1:30—3:30 pm. at the Brooke-Alvinston Community Centre, 3310 Walnut St, Alvinston. Peter Johnson, Agronomist with Real Agriculture, will […]
Trees Available

Trees Available

Seedlings and large stock trees are available for purchase for landowners that wish to plant their own trees. “Our tree planting program is very important to our region,” Steve Shaw, Manager of Conservation Services said. “In this region, we only […]
Authority Helps Endangered Snake

Authority Helps Endangered Snake

The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority has provided habitat enhancements for the eastern foxsnake, a species that is endangered on the province. In southwestern Ontario the Eastern Foxsnake has seen drastic declines in population due to a number of factors […]