We invite everyone to hike our Lake Laurentian Conservation Area trails! You can also gain bonus points by attending a "Healthy Hikes" event!
DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER! and for contest rules at the HealthyHikes.ca to log your points to win prizes!
Want some other ideas of where to "Explore the Shores" in other Conservation Areas in Ontario?
The 2014 Fast Flowing Water Winning Script Commercial will be showing at Cinefest at the begining of each of the childrens movie times.
CLICK HERE for more details on the showing times and for what the Fast Flowing Water Program is all about!
Conservation Sudbury (Nickel District Conservation) is one of Ontario's 36 community based, watershed stewardship agencies. Our main goal is to ensure healthy interaction between the watersheds, the natural environment and the local economy. Our area of jurisdiction includes the watersheds of the Wanapitei, Vermilion and Whitefish Rivers. We provide important conservation services primarily within the City of Greater Sudbury in a total watershed area of approximately 9,150 square kilometres.
We operate based on specific principles:
Our watersheds are made up of communities:
We have a responsibility to help the residents in our watershed communities. To do that, we must consider how changes in our landscapes impact our watershed ecosystems and communities.
Since 1973, when Conservation Sudbury (Nickel District Conservation) was established, the well-being of present and future generations has always been front and centre.
Conservation Sudbury (Nickel District Conservation) responsibilities include:
With the looming impacts of our changing climate, Conservation Sudbury (Nickel District Conservation) must ready the community for the inevitable impacts on our water systems, water resources and land based resources valued by all the communities in our watersheds.
We are committed to ensuring that our watersheds will continue to be resilient and sustainable in the face of change and emerging issues.
For more information on condition messages please see the Flood Status Page.
Low Water Status
Go to the Low Water Status page for more information.