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The International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board has recently published a set of 2019 High Water Questions & Answers. The purpose of this document is to provide accurate information related to the causes of the high water levels in 2019, as well as actions taken by the Board in attempts to address these conditions through regulation of outflows. The intent is to inform shoreline residents, businesses and communities of the capacity and limitations of outflow regulation to affect conditions as a means to work collectively to identify and assess potential solutions, to better prepare for the possibility of extreme conditions and high-water events in the future.

Seasonal Job Opportunities - Purple Woods Maple Syrup Festival

Central Lake Ontario Conservation's 45th Annual Purple Woods Maple Syrup Festival starts March 13, 2020 and we are looking for customer-service oriented individuals to fill a variety of temporary positions. If you enjoy the great outdoors, working with people of all ages and love all things maple syrup, then this might be a great opportunity for you! Resumes must be submitted no later than 4:30 p.m. Friday, January 24, 2020Please click here to view job postings.

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Free Trees for Clarington's Rural Roads 

If you are own a rural property in Clarington, consider applying for up to 30 free native trees to plant along your roadside.  See website for application and guidelinesTrees for Rural Roads is a program delivered in partnership with the Municipality of Clarington.

Step into the Great Outdoors

Enjoy a breath of fresh air at at one of our conservation areasWe offer over 45 km of trails to explore!  

"...the best field trip I have taken my students on for decades."

Book one of our wide variety of curriculum connected programs and give your students the opportunity for hands-on learning  in nature.  

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Email: mail@cloca.com, Phone: 905-579-0411