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Property Inquiry

Want to know if your property is regulated by us or if your property is affected by natural hazards? Have… Read More

FAQs during the Coronavirus pandemic

Updated September 23, 2021 In the ever-changing and evolving times of the Coronavirus pandemic, we want to offer some answers… 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

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU

We want to hear from YOU! Please take our 11-question survey that will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. We… Read More

HUNTING PERMITS REQUIRED

Please review our COVID-19 FAQs that will help you prepare for your visit to our Conservation Areas during the pandemic. Otonabee Conservation… 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

STEP INTO NATURE, NEARBY

Connect with lots of resources to plan your trip to our Conservation Areas and reserve your campsite by selecting from… Read More

Events

Board Meeting | October 21, 2021

The Otonabee Conservation Board of Directors will meet on Thursday, October 21, 2021 for its… Read More

Board Meeting | November 18

The Otonabee Conservation Board of Directors will meet on Thursday, November 18, 2021 for its… Read More

Board Meeting | December 16, 2021

The Otonabee Conservation Board of Directors will meet on Thursday, December 16, 2021 for its… Read More

News

Tree Planting at Victoria Park

Nine new trees were planted at Victoria Park to help secure the health and succession… Read More

Flood Watch | Oct. 15, 2021

Message # 2021-14  Issued:   10:00 a.m., Friday October 15, 2021 Subject: FLOOD WATCH issued for… Read More

Students Plant Shrubs at Clintonia Park

Otonabee Conservation and students from Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School planted native trees to help… Read More

Level 1 Low Water Ends | Oct. 8, 2021

The Otonabee Region Water Response Team (WRT) has lifted the Level 1 Low Water condition… Read More