The media releases presented here includes a range of Conservation Sudbury news that will give you information of upcoming issues and exciting information as it becomes available.
PRESS RELEASE - January 26, 2021 – The Nickel District Conservation Foundation is proud to announce a generous gift from Bernie Langlois in support of the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area. In recognition of Bernie’s generosity, the Foundation decided to honour Bernie by naming the point at the end of the Perch Lake Trail as the Langlois Point.
Conservation Sudbury is proud to announce that Chairperson Lin Gibson has been acclaimed in one of two Vice-Chair positions on the board of directors of Conservation Ontario for 2021-22.
Lin has been vice-chair of Conservation Ontario since 2013. The election took place at the Conservation Ontario annual general meeting held on April 12, 2021.
November 3, 2020 - The Nickel District Conservation Foundation (NDCF) is pleased to announce a significant new addition to their organization. Julie Houle joined the Foundation in August as the new Director of Advancement. As Director, Julie will play an integral role in advancing the Foundation’s mission by developing philanthropic strategies and increasing fundraising opportunities.
MEDIA RELEASE - March 12, 2020
AREA RESIDENTS REMINDED TO USE CAUTION AND ALWAYS BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES
Sudbury – Conservation Sudbury hosted its annual spring Flood Contingency Planning meeting today at Tom Davies Square. The most recent information regarding snow pack and water levels was shared and preparedness for the upcoming spring runoff was discussed. The following organizations participated:
Conservation Sudbury Completes Low Impact Development Pilot Project
On Thursday evening Conservation Sudbury held a walk-through and grand opening of a low impact development (LID) pilot project recently completed in partnership with the City of Greater Sudbury. The event, held at the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex, was attended by community members as well as project partners including Greenland International Consulting, TeraNorth Construction & Engineering Limited and Hollandia Land and Environmental Solutions.
LID, also known as green infrastructure, is a storm-water management approach that uses natural features such as specialized soils and native tree, shrub, and perennial species as its infrastructure. The goal of LID is to mimic pre-development hydrological conditions.
Trailforks shows you your current location and our entire trail network.* Please note that Trailforks relies on information being submitted by users. While Conservation Sudbury does its best to keep the trail information on the app up-to-date all the time, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and always recommend our paper trail guide as the most accurate information.
What3Words can be used in case of an emergency to quickly give your location to emergency services
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