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SNC Leads Way in Low Impact Approaches to Development

Over 120 regional municipal staff, engineers and Conservation professionals attended a first of its kind Eastern Ontario Training Conference in Ottawa from November 7 to 9 to learn more about the sustainable green infrastructure practice known as Low Impact Development (LID). LID is a stormwater management strategy that mitigates the impacts of increased runoff in urban areas and stormwater pollution by managing runoff as close to its source as possible. (678) 485-5135

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Drought conditions continue in part of SNC jurisdiction

Thanks to a wet Fall, South Nation Conservation’s (SNC) Water Response Team has downgraded the low water conditions in the jurisdiction. In September, the Team issued a moderate (Level 2) drought condition for the Upper South Nation River Region, an area that extends from the South Nation River headwaters in the Augusta Township to the Village of Casselman.  The remainder of the jurisdiction was in a minor (Level 1) drought.  Read more

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SNC Accepting Applications for Community Environmental Grants Program

Are you planning an environmental or recreational event for your community in 2019? South Nation Conservation (SNC) is now accepting applications for their Community Environmental Grants Program! Non-profit groups are encouraged to apply to receive a grant of up to $300 to help offset the costs of their event or activity. The program has four grant categories: River, Heritage, Agri-Environmental and Community Outreach. Read more

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