South Nation Conservation


Forty-five children enjoy fishing with SNC this summer

FINCH — South Nation Conservation’s (SNC) 10th annual Youth Fish Camps have officially wrapped for the 2018 season. In total, 45 children aged 9 to 13-years old were hosted at three separate camps this summer, which…


Drought status: Level I low water condition declared by SNC

FINCH — A Level I low water condition was declared today throughout South Nation Conservation’s jurisdiction, leading the watershed authority to ask residents, businesses and industries to cut consumption by 10 percent. The July 11…





Scouts help South Nation plant three-millionth tree

NORTH DUNDAS — South Nation Conservation has reached a major milestone, planting its three millionth tree since 1990 when it introduced a partnership program with private landowners and public organizations. The occasion was celebrated May 5 at Camp…








SNC anticipates rising waters, possible nuisance flooding

Stay away from riverbanks FINCH — South Nation Conservation cautions that watercourses are expected to rise over the next week due to above-freezing temperatures and rainfall. Severe flooding is not a concern at this time;…