Lower Trent Conservation

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Lower Trent Conservation



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Please contact the main office phone number for inquiries: 613-394-4829 or email information@ltc.on.ca


The Lower Trent Conservation office is open to the public. It is highly recommended that the public schedule an appointment prior to arrival.  If you need to reach a staff member, please click  here  to find contact details.
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Lower Trent Conservation (LTC) charges fees to assist with covering the program costs for services and products that are not supported through provincial grant funding, assisting in reduction of the general levy. The fees take into account estimated staff time, travel, and material costs to provide the service. It is imperative to charge a fee reflective of full costs associated with the service provided.

2023 - PublicNotice-FeePolicySchedule
2023 LTC Fee Policy - Draft
Appendix - Draft 2023 fee schedules-consultation

Comments must be submitted in writing to the attention of:
Anna Morgan at information@LTC.on.ca
or by mail to:
Lower Trent Conservation, 714 Murray Street, R.R. 1, Trenton, ON K8V 0N1 no later than Friday, October 14, 2022.





Conservation Lands are open for public use but follow the local health unit guidelines for utilizing outdoor spaces.

DO NOT litter - take your trash with you.

For any inquiries, please contact our main office at 613-394-4829 (PROPERTY SPECIFIC INQUIRIES are still to be submitted through the Property Inquiry Service).

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding





Lower Trent Conservation is a community-based non-profit environmental protection organization that protects, restores and manages the natural resources within the Lower Trent watershed region. We work with local communities to create a healthy, environmentally diverse watershed that improves the quality of life for residents, makes our area more appealing to visitors and new business, and helps to ensure a more vibrant regional economy. 




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