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Feature

FAQs during the Coronavirus pandemic

Updated June 18, 2021 In the ever-changing and evolving times of the Coronavirus pandemic, we want to offer some answers… Read More

Camping and Outdoor Recreation

Reserve a campsite online! Connect with lots of resources to plan your trip to our Conservation Areas and reserve your… Read More

Your Watershed News

Your Watershed News is a regular e-newsletter with updates for events, volunteer opportunities, news items, conservation tips, recreational opportunities, and… Read More

Of Interest

SHARE YOUR SPRING PLANTING PHOTOS!

Did you purchase tree seedling from us this year? Share your photos and testimonials across the watershed! Read More

HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY?

Please be advised that as part of our COVID-19 response, we are accepting permit applications digitally.Please carefully read below, our… Read More

EXPLORE THE WATERSHED THIS SPRING

Otonabee Conservation is excited to provide a list of educational resources for families to stay connected with nature while staying… Read More

PRECIPITATION & WATER LEVELS DATA

Precipitation and water level data is collected from monitoring stations strategically located across the watershed.  This information is used in… Read More

Events

Board Meeting | August 19, 2021

The Otonabee Conservation Board of Directors will meet on Thursday, August 19, 2021 for its… Read More

News

Welcome back, campers!

The gates are now open at Otonabee Conservation’s campgrounds. The first weekend of camping opened… Read More

Level 1 Low Water Condition | June 10

10% Water Conservation urged as Otonabee Conservation declares Level 1 Low Water Condition Otonabee Conservation… Read More

Spring Tree Planting

Residents in the Otonabee Region watershed planted 11,275 trees this spring! This year, Otonabee Conservation’s… Read More

Trail Users Must Keep Dogs Leashed at All Times

During the pandemic, Otonabee Conservation is seeing an increase the number of visitors accessing Conservation… Read More