Tree Seedling Orders now being Accepted

Otonabee Conservation is once again offering the Tree Seedling Program to landowners within the Otonabee Region watershed with a wide selection of native tree and shrub species to choose from. New in 2018, is the on-line ordering system through the Otonabee Conservation website. “Trees play an important role in maintaining a healthy and resilient natural… Read More >

Flood Watch now in Effect for Watershed Region

Otonabee Conservation advises that a FLOOD WATCH is now in effect for the entire watershed region, and it will remain in effect until Monday, February 26, 2018. If at any time you are experiencing a flood emergency, please call 911 to alert your local municipality. This Flood Watch has been issued to alert watershed residents… Read More >

Watershed Conditions Statement – Water Safety

Otonabee Conservation advises that a WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY  is now in effect for the entire watershed region. A Watershed Conditions Statement – Water Safety is issued when conditions, such as high flows and unsafe banks, pose a serious safety risk. WEATHER A series of low pressure systems moving along a warm front is… Read More >

Millbrook Dam Reconstruction Underway

Otonabee Conservation marked the start of reconstruction of the Millbrook Dam today with a visit to the site in the company of provincial and municipal officials. Otonabee Conservation Vice-Chair, Sherry Senis, joined by Member of Provincial Parliament for Peterborough, Jeff Leal, Peterborough County Warden Joe Taylor and the Mayor of the Township of Cavan Monaghan,… Read More >