The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

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Conservation Authority now owns 360 hectares of forest and wetland in northern York Region

Land transfer is the largest of its kind in Lake Simcoe Watershed Lake Simcoe Watershed – April 4, 2022 – The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority has officially taken possession of the 360 hectares (890 acres) of land, previously known as the Maple Lake Estates land.   Located within the Town of Georgina, the property* is roughly bounded by Metro […]

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Beaver River Acquisition map

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Ecologically sensitive area will be protected in perpetuity Lake Simcoe watershed: November 16, 2021 – The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority just added another 137 acres of ecologically sensitive land to its holdings. The land transfer was finalized late last week and is a mix of wetland and floodplain in the Beaver River Wetland Conservation

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New Wetland at Luck Conservation Area

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LSRCA celebrates completion of two wetland projects Lake Simcoe watershed – February 2, 2021 – The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) announced the completion of two wetland restoration projects located at Cawthra Mulock Nature Reserve, King Township, and Luck Conservation Area, Innisfil, adding to the​ 50,800 hectares of wetlands currently in the L​ake Simcoe watershed. “These two wetland projects will improve wildlife habitat, and once established, will reduce local

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