Central Lake Ontario Conservation

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Job posting: Director of Watershed Planning & Natural Heritage, Central Lake Ontario Conservation

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Director of Watershed Planning & Natural Heritage leads the development and implementation of the watershed planning and natural heritage program. Deadline for applications is November 22, 2019. For a complete description and submission instructions, please click here.

CLOCA's Fall issue of the Watershed Chronicle is now available

The Fall 2019 issue of CLOCA's enewsletter is now available! In this issue, The Science of Things: the how and why behind a lot of what we do here at CLOCA. You will also find status updates for ongoing projects and upcoming events including a public open house regarding the Lake Ontario Shoreline Hazard Management Plan. Click here to access the enewsletter.

Fall Salmon Spawning Run in Durham Region Creeks

Each fall in Central Lake Ontario Conservation’s (CLOCA’s) watershed, through our Integrated Watershed Monitoring Program, we collect data on the movement of spawning adult Chinook and Coho Pacific Salmon from Lake Ontario. Central Lake Ontario Conservation, like other Conservation Authorities, plays an important role in fish management, providing more detailed data at the local level to better inform the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. Read more on our latest blog post...

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Public Open House presentation

on the Lake Ontario Shoreline Hazard Management Plan Update presented by CLOCA and Zuzek Inc. on Tuesday November 5, 2019 at the Darlington Energy Complex in Courtice is now posted. Click here.

Step into Fall

This is the time of year for  vibrant leaves.  Enjoy the changing of the seasons at one of our conservation areas.  We 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