Lower Trent Conservation
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On average, Conservation Authorities plant more than 2M trees annually through their various tree planting programs and stewardship initiatives. This work helps to mitigate climate change by moderating the effects of drought and flooding, reducing soil erosion, reducing GHGs, sequestering carbon, providing habitat for wildlife, creating recreational opportunities, and providing an essential economic resource.

Lower Trent Conservation News

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Volunteer Day at Trenton Greenbelt

When: June 8th, 9am-12pm Where: 139 Front Street (across from the LCBO). Parking available at the adjacent City Parking Lot. Overflow parking at the ...

Lower Trent Conservation is pleased to introduce its Volunteer Trail Steward Program, an initiative aimed at engaging nature enthusiasts in preserving and maintaining the ...

We want your input!

  Section 21.1 of the Conservation Authorities Act and Ontario Regulation 686/21 require that each Conservation Authority develop a Watershed-Based Resource Management Strategy by ...

Whoohooo! Our very own Massimo Narini Watershed Services Specialist was interviewed by 93.3 my FM on the benefits of native plants. Check it out! ...

Submitted by: Brooke Wright, Environmental Stewardship Technician Assistant This fall, the Restoring the Trenton Greenbelt Project received significant volunteer input from dedicated community members ...

Low Water Condition – Level 1

  With precipitation below normal over the past three months, Level 1 Low Water (minor drought) conditions are now being experienced across the Lower ...