Year in Review
In nature, rarely do things stay the same. Our watershed is no different. We are the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority, the leading, local agency dedicated to the health of this watershed we call home. We're here to help guide and influence the necessary changes to address what's ahead.
Reflect with us in this 2021 Year in Review video. Learn how we continue to navigate change in collaboration with others and aspire to transform how we manage and care for our watershed.
Take a look at our accomplishments in our 2021 Infographic.
Year in Review
There's no denying it, 2020 was a difficult year. Despite the challenges of a pandemic we took our cues from nature as we adapted, maintained and evolved as a team to protect and restore the Lake Simcoe watershed.
Take a look at our accomplishments in our new 2020 Infographic.
2019 Annual Report
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A Message from our CAO
Since we first began to really understand the impacts of human activity on the land and the water, there has been a movement in Ontario to mitigate, restore and regenerate – it’s known as the conservation movement.
LSRCA has been dedicated to this conservation movement since our humble beginnings in 1951, when we were first known as the Upper Holland Valley Conservation Authority. Our original mandate was nearly all encompassing of the still-major issues of today - soil and water conservation, forest management and reforestation, pollution abatement and wildlife protection.
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