Lower Trent Conservation
Fishing and Forestry Services
Lower Trent Conservation is a community-based non-profit environmental protection organization dedicated to protecting, restoring, and managing local natural resources across the Lower Trent watershed region. The Conservation works to safeguard and restore rivers, lakes and streams, protect and restore natural habitats, protect lives and property from natural hazards such as flooding and erosion, and provide opportunities for the public to learn from, enjoy and respect the natural environment. www.LTC.on.ca.
Contact 613-394-4829 for more information. Open Monday-Friday 8:30am until 4:30pm. CLOSED Saturday and Sunday.
Although the main office is closed, all departments are working remotely. Conservation Lands are open for public use but physical distancing rules apply. All buildings, washrooms facilities, outdoor picnic sites, benches and shelters are closed at this time. Guests visiting the conservation lands do so at ''Your Own Risks''. Please DO NOT litter - take trash with you.
Public Events, education and volunteer programs have been cancelled until further notice. While the Conservation is still accepting volunteer applications, regretfully is has suspended the volunteer programs and will reach out to applicants when these programs resume.