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The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority has as its vision, watersheds where human needs are met in balance with the needs of the natural environment.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority has as its mission, to provide leadership through coordination of watershed planning, implementation of resource management programs and promotion of conservation awareness, in cooperation with others.
Protect, manage and restore our woodlands, wetlands and natural habitat.
Because what we do on land is reflected in our water and ecosystems, the SCRCA develops programs that protect our land resources and promotes watershed stewardship practices that lead to healthy, sustainable communities and industries.
Ensure that our rivers, lakes and streams are properly safeguarded, managed and restored.
Based on our system of watersheds, the SCRCA develops and delivers watershed-based programs that work with nature to protect, restore and effectively manage our water resources.
Develop and maintain programs that will protect life and property from natural hazards such as flooding and erosion.
The SCRCA works in partnership with municipalities to protect life and property through the development of programs that minimize or prevent the impact of disasters such as flooding and erosion.
Provide opportunities for the public to enjoy, learn from, and respect our natural environment.
Through the lands we manage and own, as well as the educational programs we deliver, the SCRCA provides opportunities for our citizens to understand and appreciate the value of their natural environment as well as the social and economic benefits of protecting that environment.