Media Advisory | Fall Tree Planting

The media is invited to a selection of tree planting events as Otonabee Conservation plants 30,000+ native trees and shrubs this fall This fall,Otonabee Conservation is planting over 30,000 trees and shrubs with a variety of community partners thanks to generous financial support from Tree Canada, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, Nefab Canada, Pathway… Read More >

Tree Planting at Dainard Park with Nefab

Nefab Canada and Otonabee Conservation partner to enhance habitat with native tree planting this fall 80 native trees and shrubs were planted today by Otonabee Conservation and Nefab Canada, as part of ongoing efforts to enhance habitat and increase biodiversity in the City of Peterborough. The Nefab Canada Team in Peterborough planted around the perimeter… Read More >

Highlights | 2022 Annual General Meeting

The Otonabee Conservation AGM celebrates successes in 2021, brings on new Chair and Vice Chair, and highlights Climate Action with Keynote Speaker, Malaika Collette The Otonabee Conservation Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held online on the evening of January 20th. Over 50 watershed residents, supporters, donors, staff, and members of the board of directors joined… Read More >

Virtual Bondar Challenge 2021

Virtual Roberta Bondar Photography Challenge Summer Camp: Brought to you by Riverview Park & Zoo and Otonabee Conservation Attention Parents! Does your youth like photography? Do they enjoy nature? Are they eager to exercise their skills while learning outdoors? We have the perfect opportunity for you! The Riverview Park & Zoo (RPZ) and Otonabee Conservation… Read More >

2021 Annual General Meeting

Thank you to everyone who attended our Annual General Meeting on Thursday, January 21st. Seventy local residents, board members, council members, staff, conservation partners, and friends joined online last week for the Otonabee Conservation Annual General Meeting. View Otonabee Conservation’s 2021 AGM in full: Annual Board of Directors Resolutions After unanimously passing the 2020 budget… Read More >

Giving Tuesday | December 1, 2020

After Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Giving Tuesday Join the movement to give back! Did you know that we maintain and operate over 80km of trails in the Otonabee Region Watershed? Trails and green spaces provide many watershed residents with mental and physical health benefits. Help us to keep these areas maintained as safe… Read More >

1,500 trees planted to help rehabilitate Selwyn Township gravel pit

On November 6, 2020, Otonabee Conservation planted 1,500 trees at a gravel pit in Selwyn Township, to help rehabilitate the site and return it to its natural state. Staff from Otonabee Conservation and Selwyn Township along with local Youth Leadership in Sustainability students planted white pine, white spruce, eastern white cedar, tamarack and red oak…. Read More >

Students plant 900+ trees at the Towerhill Stormwater Management Pond in Peterborough

On October 28, 2020, Otonabee Conservation and local secondary school students from the Youth Leadership in Sustainability (YLS) program planted over 900 trees and shrubs along the shoreline of the Towerhill stormwater management pond along the Parkway Trail in Peterborough’s north end. Students planted a variety of native trees and shrubs for this shoreline naturalization… Read More >

S.E.E.D. students from Holy Cross plant 2,200 trees!

Students in the Sustainable Environmental Education & Design (S.E.E.D) class from Holy Cross in Peterborough helped Otonabee Conservation plant 2,200 trees on October 26. Red Pine, white pine, and white spruce trees were planted at a private landowner’s property in the Township of Otonabee South Monaghan. This project was funded through One Tree Planted and… Read More >

YLS students plant 350 trees!

On October 23, 2020, Otonabee Conservation and local secondary school students from the Youth Leadership in Sustainability (YLS) program planted 350 trees and shrubs along the shoreline of the stormwater management pond on Marsdale Drive in Peterborough.  The variety of native trees and shrubs selected for this shoreline naturalization project, include fragrant sumac, red osier… Read More >