Programs

Conservation authorities across the province protect the environment on a watershed basis. Because our land and water resources are connected and impact each other, managing these resources on a watershed basis is recognized as the best way to protect the environment.

Within the physical and economic context of the watershed and in consideration of the social, cultural and economic aspirations of its residents, Otonabee Conservation delivers programs and services that support the sustainability of the environment.

Otonabee Conservation works with its member municipalities and watershed residents to achieve outcomes that balance the diversity of needs and local conservation priorities.

Little Creek

Water Programs

Water is very important to every aspect of our daily lives. No matter where you live in the Otonabee Region watershed, your water is affect not only by your own actions, but by the actions of your neighbours, both next door and further downstream... Read More >

Climate Change Strategy

Otonabee Conservation’s programs support the adaptation and mitigation of climate change impacts in the Otonabee Region Watershed. Our Climate Change Strategy articulates specific actions related to climate change. Climate change is one of our most pressing issues. Its impacts are being felt globally due to forest fires, flooding, drought, disease, famine, and extreme weather, which... Read More > Read More >

Floodplain Mapping

How do I access the new floodplain mapping? View our Floodplain Mapping Story Map Search for your address on the interactive floodplain map (You can do this right in the Story Map or click on ‘Searchable Interactive Map’ under ‘Links of Interest’ on the right) Review our Frequently Asked Questions From March 9 – April... Read More > Read More >

Learning Opportunities

Otonabee Conservation delivers a variety of environmental education programs, for students and lifelong learners. Our goal is to engage participants in programs that explore and examine dynamic watersheds, water quality, wildlife habitat, and how activities on the landscape affect ecosystem health and function... Read More >

Tree Planting

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