Conservation areas are natural lands owned by Otonabee Conservation that offer watershed residents and visitors to the region opportunities to explore and enjoy the outdoors. Camping, spelunking, hiking, fishing, swimming and canoeing top the list of favourite activities to be enjoyed. Read More
Apply for a Permit
What is Ontario Regulation 167/06? Please be advised: We are renovating! Due to minor renovations the week of February 12… Read More
Millbrook Dam Reconstruction -UPDATE
Otonabee Conservation is set to embark upon a major capital project with the reconstruction of the Millbrook Dam. The Board of… Read More
Order your Tree Seedlings by March 23, 2018
Otonabee Conservation is pleased to offer watershed landowners the Tree Seedling Program. New this year is the on-line ordering system. Read More
Watershed Health Monitoring
Otonabee Conservation staff use an integrated, science-based approach to understanding the ecological processes and state of natural resources in the… Read More
Tree Seedling orders are now being accepted! Deadline is March 23, 2018.
Here is the latest update on construction activity at the Millbrook Dam.
Fees for permits and plan review increased on January 1, 2018. Payment of fees for Permits and other services can now be made by credit card at the administrative office of Otonabee Conservation.
Tree Seedling Orders now being Accepted
Otonabee Conservation is once again offering the Tree Seedling Program to landowners within the Otonabee… Read More
Millbrook Dam Reconstruction Underway
Otonabee Conservation marked the start of reconstruction of the Millbrook Dam today with a visit… Read More
Public Consultation Period Open for Conservation Lands
Otonabee Conservation has embarked upon a program to develop management statements for all of its… Read More
Mitchell Board Chair of Otonabee Conservation
Andy Mitchell, representing the Township of Selwyn, was acclaimed Chair of the Board of Directors… Read More