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Posted Thursday, March 14, 2019

Photo Credit - Watersheds Canada - Natural Edge Program (2) The Natural Edge Program for shorelines is coming to Quinte Conservation’s Watershed with help from Watersheds Canada.
Maya Navrot, Education and Stewardship Coordinator for Quinte Conservation says, “Natural Edge is a well-established program that makes the process of restoring a shoreline easy and engaging for the landowner. We are excited to see this program come to our area.”
Residents living along waterways such as creeks, rivers, and lakefronts...

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Posted Monday, March 11, 2019

The weather forecast for the weekend and into next week shows a warming trend with chance of precipitation. This will cause the snowpack to ripen, increased runoff and, higher flows.
Quinte Conservation would like to remind the public to exercise caution around ice-covered and open water as changing temperatures and rainfall may create unstable ice conditions on rivers, streams, and lakes.
For more information and the full media release , click the attachment!
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Posted Thursday, March 07, 2019

Government Invites Public Input on Reducing Litter and Waste The province is inviting public feedback on proposals to reduce plastic litter and waste in our neighbourhoods and parks, divert and reduce food and organic waste from households and businesses, and increase opportunities for the people of Ontario to participate in waste reduction efforts.
For more information, click  here !

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Posted Thursday, March 07, 2019

Dog Park ClosureThe Centennial Dog Park remains closed due to unsafe conditions.
Public Works will continue to monitor the park and open once it has been deemed safe.

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Posted Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Volunteers from the South Frontenac Museum are looking for artifacts and photos from Bedford, Loughborough and Storrington District residents to display at the Museum. Items include the following (from the period of 1900 through 1930):
People at home, in the fields, with horses, vehicles, or equipment are all interesting;
Period shots of buildings, houses, barns;
Local soldiers in WW1 uniforms, at home or overseas;
Any old photos at all, it really helps people...

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