2019 LRCA Annual Report
The 2019 Lakehead Region Conservation Authority Annual Report is now available on our website. Physical copies are being distributed via the Chronicle Journal and will eventually be available at our Administrative Office once it reopens. We are proud of the work completed during 2019, and look forward to continuing our mission to lead the conservation and protection of the Lakehead Watershed in service of our vision of a healthy, safe and sustainable Lakehead Watershed for future generations.
TREE SEEDLING UPDATE
Please be advised that the 2020 Private Landowner's Tree Seedling Assistance Program has been cancelled.
COVID-19 Update 5
The latest information from the Office of the Premier indicates that green spaces in parks, trails, ravines and Conservation Areas can remain open for walk through access, but individuals must maintain the safe physical distance of at least two metres (six feet) apart from others.
The Lakehead Region Conservation Authority (LRCA) fully supports the public health recommendations that everyone stay home to stop the spread of COVID-19.
If you do continue to use our trails and Conservation Areas, you must:
- maintain the minimum recommended physical distance from others,
- keep dogs on the leash and pick up after your pet, and
- remove all of your garbage after visiting.
Conservation Areas (including trails) are not being monitored or maintained; however, if you see any major damage, please email us at email@example.com .
Visit www.lakeheadca.com or follow us on Facebook @lakeheadregion for further updates.