Tree Planting at Siemens Peterborough

Siemens Canada, Tree Canada, and Otonabee Conservation partner to enhance habitat with native tree planting this fall Otonabee Conservation planted 80 native trees and shrubs at the Siemens plant in Peterborough on September 24, 2021, in partnership with Tree Canada and Siemens Canada. Employees from Siemens Canada Peterborough planted a variety of native species of… Read More >

Water Safety for TSW | Sept. 27, 2021

THIS FLOOD MESSAGE IS NO LONGER ACTIVE Issued: 3:30 p.m., Monday September 27, 2021 SUBJECT: Watershed Conditions Statement – Water Safety issued for the Trent-Severn Waterway (TSW)  ISSUED TO: Municipalities of Selwyn, Douro-Dummer, Asphodel-Norwood, Otonabee-South Monaghan, Cavan Monaghan, City of Kawartha Lakes, City of Peterborough and Trent Hills, and Otonabee Conservation’s other partners in flood… Read More >

Flood Watch | Sept. 22, 2021

THIS FLOOD MESSAGE IS NO LONGER ACTIVE Message # 2021-11  Issued:   11:00 a.m., Wednesday September 22, 2021 Subject: FLOOD WATCH issued for all waterbodies/watercourses in the Otonabee Region watershed Issued to: Municipalities of Selwyn, Douro-Dummer, Asphodel-Norwood, Otonabee-South Monaghan, Cavan Monaghan, City of Kawartha Lakes, City of Peterborough and Trent Hills, and Otonabee Conservation’s other partners… Read More >

National Forest Week 2021

Otonabee Conservation celebrates National Forest Week by planting 2,600 trees and shrubs this fall! September 22 is National Tree Day and this fall, National Forest Week is celebrated from September 19-25, 2021.Each year, National Forest Week encourages Canadians to learn more about our forest heritage and increases awareness about the value of forests as a fundamental… Read More >

Level 1 Drought | Sept. 10, 2021

Level 1 Low Water Condition has been reinstated in the Otonabee Region watershed Peterborough, Ontario (September 10, 2021) The Otonabee Region Water Response Team (WRT) has reinstated a Level 1 Low Water condition for the Otonabee Region watershed. Improved water levels and flows that resulted from abundant and frequent rainfall in July had lifted the… Read More >