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Conservation Areas and Camping

White-throated Sparrow

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

photo of applying for permit

What is Ontario Regulation 167/06? Otonabee Conservation’s regulation under Section 28 of the Conservation Authorities Act, is known as Ontario… Read More

Of Interest

Millbrook Dam Reconstruction -UPDATE

Otonabee Conservation has embarked upon a major capital  project with the reconstruction of the Millbrook Dam. The Board of Directors of… Read More

Tree Seedling Program 2019

Girl Holding Seedling

Otonabee Conservation is pleased to offer watershed landowners the Tree Seedling Program. Orders are now being accepted. Read More

Employment Opportunities

Watershed monitoring staff

Thank you for inquiring about employment opportunities with Otonabee Conservation. There are several contract positions available; the job postings are… Read More

Advisory

Please be advised that the Otonabee Conservation administrative office will be closed February 18, 2019 for Family Day.

It will re-open Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 8:30 a.m.

Events

Board Meeting ~ March 21

The Board of Directors will meet on Thursday, March 21, 2019 for its regular monthly… Read More

News

New Bridge on Jackson Creek Trail

The Jackson Creek Trail has a new bridge! It arrived yesterday – November 27, 2018.… Read More

Fleming Partnership Provides Practical Experience

A partnership between Otonabee Conservation and Fleming College has resulted in the clearing of two… Read More

Level 1 Low Water Condition Lifted

Stream

With frequent and above normal precipitation receipts over the past several weeks, water levels and… Read More

Jackson Creek Trail Getting New Bridge

The Jackson Creek Trail will be getting a new bridge this fall. The four kilometer… Read More