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Discovery Days at Beavermead Campground

Otonabee Conservation is pleased to host a Discovery Days weekend of outdoor activities the entire family will enjoy at Beavermead Campground on Saturday and Sunday, August 6 – 7, 2016. Campers, residents and visitors are invited to participate in family-friendly environmentally themed activities throughout the weekend. The events are free and pre-registration is not required. […]

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Rehabilitation of the Hope Mill Dam

The Otonabee Region Conservation Authority has issued a Request for Tenders for construction services for the rehabilitation of the Hope Mill Dam. This Request for Tenders includes, but is not limited to: Dewatering / water control for the purpose of conducting the work in the dry; Partial depth removals to the concrete abutments and piers; […]

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Healthy Hike at Warsaw Caves Conservation Area

Otonabee Conservation and the Otonabee Conservation Foundation are pleased to host a series of guided hikes at different conservation areas this year as part of the 2016 Healthy Hikes program. The Healthy Hikes program continues Sunday, August 21st with a 4 km hike at the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area. Richard Raper, Professional Forester, will lead the […]

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Discovery Day at Warsaw Caves Conservation Area

Otonabee Conservation is pleased to host a Discovery Day of outdoor activities the entire family will enjoy at the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area and Campground on Saturday, July 23, 2016. Campers, area residents and visitors are invited to participate in family-friendly environmentally themed activities throughout the day. The events are free with admission to the […]

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20% Water Conservation Encouraged – Level 2 Low Water Conditions being experienced

  Rainfall continues to be in short supply across the Otonabee Region watershed. As a result, the Otonabee Region Water Response Team confirms that Level 2 Low Water Conditions are being experienced throughout the watershed region. Analysis of the data, including air temperature, precipitation, and stream flow for the first 6 months of 2016, indicate […]

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