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LEARN ABOUT INVASIVE SPECIES WITH QUINTE CONSERVATION ON FEBRUARY 25 AT 7PM

Posted on Tuesday, February 09, 2016 12:00 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 9, 2016
LEARN ABOUT INVASIVE SPECIES WITH QUINTE CONSERVATION ON FEBRUARY 25 AT 7PM
Join us as Emily Johnston from the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters talks about invasive species on our land and in our water. Participants will also learn about OFAH’s new invasive species mapping program.
INVASIVE SPECIES INFORMATION NIGHT DATE: Thursday, February 25, 2016 LOCATION: Quinte Conservation Office 2061 Old Highway 2 (corner of Old Highway 2 and Wallbridge-Loyalist...

LEARN ABOUT RESCUING WILDLIFE WITH QUINTE CONSERVATION AND SANDY PINES WILDLIFE CENTRE ON JANUARY 28 AT 7PM

Posted on Thursday, January 14, 2016 12:00 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 14, 2016
LEARN ABOUT RESCUING WILDLIFE WITH QUINTE CONSERVATION AND SANDY PINES WILDLIFE CENTRE ON JANUARY 28 AT 7PM
Join us as Janet Fenton from Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre talks about the important work that organization does for wildlife. You will also learn what you can do if you come across wildlife that may be alone, injured, or seem sick.
RESCUING WILDLIFE INFORMATION NIGHT DATE: Thursday, January 28, 2016 LOCATION: Quinte Conservation Office 2061 Old Highway 2...

WATER SAFETY STATEMENT ABOUT RISING WATER AND LOCAL ICE CONDITIONS ISSUED

Posted on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 12:00 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 13, 2016
QUINTE CONSERVATION ISSUES WATER SAFETY STATEMENT ABOUT RISING WATER AND LOCAL ICE CONDITIONS
Rain that fell over the weekend has caused flows in local lakes, rivers and streams in the Quinte Conservation watershed to rise to above normal levels for this time of year. Quinte Conservation Water Resources Manager Christine McClure says, “Our area received between 30 and 40 millimetres of rain over the weekend. The rain and melting snow have caused the flows and...

QUINTE CONSERVATION EXCEEDED ADOPT AN ACRE GOAL FOR 2015

Posted on Friday, January 08, 2016 12:00 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 8, 2016
QUINTE CONSERVATION EXCEEDED ADOPT AN ACRE GOAL FOR 2015
Quinte Conservation successfully adopted out 219 acres in 2015 – raising over $4,000 to benefit four local Conservation Areas. Communications Manager Jennifer May-Anderson says, “We are thrilled with the community’s generous response to the needs of our public green spaces. We had such tremendous support in this effort from our staff, board members, and all of the people who adopted acres. We are very grateful...

QUINTE CONSERVATION ISSUES WATER SAFETY STATEMENT ABOUT LOCAL ICE CONDITIONS

Posted on Tuesday, January 05, 2016 12:00 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 5, 2016
QUINTE CONSERVATION ISSUES WATER SAFETY STATEMENT ABOUT LOCAL ICE CONDITIONS
Ice is starting to form on local rivers, streams, lakes and the Bay of Quinte due to recent cold conditions. Quinte Conservation does not measure ice thickness for recreational activities. Quinte Conservation General Manager Terry Murphy says, “In spite of the cold spell it is unlikely that local ice conditions are safe for any recreational activity. Warmer temperatures are forecast for...