Lower Trent Conservation

Sailing the Bay of Quinte

21. July 2011 20:31
  Posted by Dan Orr, Communications and Education Technician I recently became a sailor. After a few lessons this spring, I found a boat for the right (very low) price on Kijiji, and have been enjoying the 23ft yacht ever since.  The coolest thing about my sailing experience... [More]

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Gearing up for Summer!

17. June 2011 17:41
The Goodrich-Loomis Nature Camp crew is back and preparing for summer 2011.  ‘Zephyr’ and ‘Coral’ are returning this year with ‘River’, a great new addition to the team.  With the summer schedule nearing completion, this year is stacking up to be another... [More]

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Fishing and My Time at Lower Trent Conservation

15. June 2011 18:11
  Posted by: Andrew Waddling  On Saturday June 4th, 2011 I was at Seymour Conservation Area for the annual Seymour Family Fishing Day. I arrived around 7:30am to help with setup, and a few kids were already fishing before the event even started.  At 8:30am, kids started showin... [More]

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It's Never Too Early to Get Started on a Stewardship Plan

9. February 2011 23:13
     Posted by Caroline ZawadzkaLandowner Contact Specialist Developing a stewardship plan for your property is nothing more than a list of action items to enhance the land, as well as your enjoyment and use of it.  Your plan should be based on two things:  one, the lan... [More]

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Holiday Green Ideas from Lower Trent Conservation Staff

6. December 2010 18:29
Posted by Dan Orr (Communications Assistant) I recently asked our staff if they had any green tips for celebrating the holidays, here’s what they had to say: Marilyn Bucholtz (Communications Coordinator)- A lot of gifts I give often consist of my homemade preserves right from our garde... [More]

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Meet Lower Trent Conservation's New General Manager!

19. October 2010 19:46
I’m Glenda Rodgers, the General Manager at Lower Trent Conservation and I’ve been on the job for two weeks.  It’s been a good two weeks, mostly because of the excellent staff here at the Conservation Authority.  They know their stuff and have been very helpful in... [More]

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Nature Camp Wrap Up!

3. September 2010 00:55
  Wow ! What a summer! We have witnessed hawks that have stared intently into our eyes, squirrels that have soared from the rafters and snakes that have slithered around our wrists.  This was a legendary summer at the Goodrich-Loomis Nature Camp. Good weather prompted water games, cre... [More]

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A Brief History of Summertime

30. August 2010 20:35
 Posted by Dan OrrCommunications Assistant   Well for the most part, summer has come and went.  Most of our summer staff are headed back to school, and everyone else seems to be back from holidays.  It’s a great time of year for Lower Trent Conservation as we think back t... [More]

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Pulling Invasives at Alderville

15. July 2010 20:07
Posted by:David Simon (OFAH)Jade Watson (LTC)Stephanie Barr (LTC)   Hi Everyone! Yesterday, Lower Trent Conservation, the Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan and Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) joined forces and attacked alien invaders at the Alderville Black Oak Savanna... [More]

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Learning All About Water!

2. June 2010 18:52
Posted by Caroline ZawadzkaLandowner Contact Specialist (formerly Water Festival Assistant) I wish they had a Quinte Children’s Water Festival when I was a kid!  Who wouldn’t love to spend a day outside getting wet, meeting firefighters and police officers, and learning a thing or ... [More]

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