Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

Site: Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority Newmarket

Contacts
Office Phone 905-895-1281
Toll Free Phone 1-800-465-0437
Fax 905-853-5881
E-Mail info@LSRCA.on.ca
Website www.LSRCA.on.ca
Primary Contact Kristen Yemm, Manager, Corporate Communications; Phone: 905-895-1281 ext 315; Email: k.yemm@LSRCA.on.ca
Alternate Contact Katarina Zeppieri, Sr. Admin - Communications & Education; Phone: 905- 895-1281 ext 116; Email: k.zeppieri@LSCRA.on.ca
Addresses
Site Location North of Dixon Medical Centre
Address & Map
120 Bayview Pkwy
Newmarket, ON L3Y 3W3
 
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Intersection Davis Dr and Bayview Pkwy
Physical Access Partially Accessible ; Some paved walkways at Fairy Lake and Mabel Davis Conservation Area * stairs in main office
Description
Description (Service) flood management and conservation * funding and assistance to private landowners for conservation projects to reduce soil erosion, enhance wildlife habitat, and improve local water quality and the health of Lake Simcoe * protects drinking water * environmental outdoor and outreach education to students and residents in Lake Simcoe watershed
Sup. Description Environmental Protection: 
Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority protects local ecosystems and contributes to quality of life in communities throughout the watershed. 
 
Water Resources Management: 
Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority manages water resources using integrated, ecologically sound environmental practices to maintain supplies of clean water, to protect communities from flooding and ensure that environmental planning is an integral part of community development. 
 
Forest Resources Management 
Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority manages forest resources using sound and sustainable management practices involving silviculture and wildlife habitat improvements that contribute to the health of the watershed's natural environment. 
 
Lifelong Education and Recreation 
Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority creates educational experiences in natural environments that enrich the lives of people of all ages by instilling an awareness and appreciation of the watershed's natural heritage.
Service Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Kawartha Lakes ; Simcoe County ; York Region
Boundaries Lake Simcoe watershed, north of the Oak Ridges Moraine
Eligibility No restrictions
Application No application required
Languages English
Fees Program - Call for information
Subjects
Service Categories Land Conservation ; Water Resources Conservation ; Watershed Conservation

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