Conserving what we value: protecting people and planting trees

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By the Review, May 7, 2019

South Nation Conservation (SNC) works with 16 member municipalities in Eastern Ontario to deliver local environmental programs and service that improve water resources.

SNC maintains 20,000 acres of community forests and plants over 120,000 trees every spring.

“Conservation Authorities are local environmental organizations with boots on the ground, fingers in the soil, and hands in the water,” adds Bill Smirle, SNC Chair. “SNC helps the Province and municipalities achieve shared environmental objectives while supporting safe and sustainable growth.”

https://thereview.ca/2019/05/07/conserving-what-we-value-protecting-people-and-planting-trees/