The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority offers scholarships for graduating high school students who are continuing in post secondary studies in a conservation field (biology, ecology, geography, forestry, fish and wildlife etc.). Applicants must be from one of the schools within the jurisdiction of the SCRCA or live within the SCRCA region.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority (SCRCA) will initiate a phased-in opening of the 2020 camping season at their three regional campgrounds. Based on the status of the current pandemic, and recommendations by local, provincial and federal health authorities, the SCRCA has further delayed the opening of non-seasonal, transient camping up to and including June 28 th.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority provides a number of scholarships each year. The scholarships are available for graduating high school students who are continuing in post secondary studies in a conservation field (biology, ecology, geography, forestry, agriculture, fish and wildlife etc.).
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority has awarded its 2018 Scholarships to four deserving students. The conservation scholarship program rewards graduating high school students who are pursuing post-secondary studies in a conservation related field and who have demonstrated high academic standing and involvement in environmental initiatives.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority is located in southwestern Ontario and includes the Sydenham River watershed and smaller watersheds draining directly into southern Lake Huron, the St. Clair River and northeastern Lake St. Clair.
Winners of the 2017 St. Clair Regional Conservation Authority scholarships have been named. SCRCA Chairman Steve Arnold hands the award to Monique Benedict. (Photo provided) The scholarships are presented to graduating high school students continuing education in a conservation related field.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority has awarded its 2019 Scholarships to four deserving students. The conservation scholarship program rewards graduating high school students who are pursuing post-secondary studies in a conservation-related field and who have demonstrated high academic standing and involvement in environmental initiatives.
St. Patrick Catholic School graduate Madeline Morrison received the Tony Stranak Conservation scholarship from St. Clair Region Conservation Authority board chair Joe Faas (right) and vice-chair.
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The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority is a conservation authority in the province of Ontario.It is headquartered in Strathroy, Ontario.The conservation authority's jurisdiction covers all of the waterways that feed into the St. Clair River. The authority was established in 1961 to help clean up the environment.
Enriching and sustaining the Essex Region as the Place for Life since 1973. We are one of 36 conservation authorities in Ontario, and our vision for the Essex Region is a sustainable, resilient and vibrant place with healthy and thriving watersheds, Great Lakes and a green culture.
Careers. Please browse our list of current employment opportunities. Date Posted Position Organization Job Type Location Deadline; 2020-05-20: GIS Data Migration Technician: St. Clair Region Conservation Authority: Contract: Strathroy: 2020-06-30: 2020-05-27: Director, Restoration and Infrastructure: Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
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The Essex Region Conservation Authority advises that: The Essex Region Conservation Authority advises that, due to the current high static (calm) water levels in Lake St. Clair, the Detroit River, and Lake Erie, the region remains under a Flood Watch for all shoreline areas including Pelee Island and islands within the western basin of Lake Erie.
St Clair Region Conservation Authority 205 Mill Pond Cr Strathroy ON, N7G 3P9 Contact. Phone: (519) 245-3710 Fax: (519) 245-3348 Email: Click to Email Website: Click to Visit. Representatives. Brian McDougall (Primary Contact). 137 Frank St, Strathroy ON 519-245-7620 Email. Follow Us.
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The Essex Region Conservation Authority reports Lake St. Clair and Lake Erie are roughly 85cm to 75 cm above long-term average levels. As a result, the flood watch for all shoreline areas, including those along the Detroit River, will remain in effect for the month of June.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority owns or operates 15 Conservation Areas and 6 Habitat Management Areas. Facilities range from serviced campgrounds with a wide variety of attractions to natural areas with little or no facilities. Our Conservation Areas include wetlands, forests and urban parks which feature 44 km of trails.