Cataraqui Conservation has downgraded the low water condition from Level 2 to Level 1 today due to higher-than-normal amounts of rainfall for the month of July
The Friends of the Cataraqui Trail are seeking the opinions of area residents and visitors who use the trail.
Source Protection Committee seeking public and industry representatives.
Cataraqui Conservation is seeking proposals for the provision of janitorial services.
Cataraqui Conservation with their Low Water Response Team has confirmed a Level 2 Low Water Condition.
The Province of Ontario released a guide for Phase 1 consultation process outlining proposed regulations to support their review of the Conservation Authorities Act.
The Cataraqui Trail is a popular and well-used outdoor attraction and the number one concern for all stakeholders is the safety of the trail for all users.
Due to lower-than-normal rainfall over the last few months in the Cataraqui Region, a Level I Low Water Condition has been confirmed today, June 7, 2021.
At its recent virtual annual general meeting, Conservation Ontario announced the leadership team of the organization who will comprise the Board of Directors for the current term. Amongst the six appointees was Alan Revill, Chair of Cataraqui Conservation.
April 23, 2021 - Cataraqui Conservation will be hosting an online public information session for residents to learn more about new floodplain hazard mapping for the Buells and Butler Creek systems within the City of Brockville.
Although nobody can predict the weather, and despite some recent rain and snow, 2021 is shaping up to be an abnormally dry year across the Cataraqui Region watershed if the current weather trends continue.
The stay at home order does impact Cataraqui Conservation to a certain degree, while allowing us to continue our core services, and retain the ability to keep our conservation lands open, with certain conditions and stipulations in place.