’50 in 50′ Series: Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area – In the Heart of Northumberland Hills (1975)

Lower Trent Conservation is celebrating its 50th anniversary! To commemorate this milestone occasion, we have released our ’50 in 50′ historical blog series. This special series features 50 articles highlighting some of the achievements, milestones and events of the past 50 years. We hope you enjoy them! A Wildlife Sanctuary was officially opened in June of 1975… Read More ’50 in 50′ Series: Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area – In the Heart of Northumberland Hills (1975)

Meet our Summer Students: Brody Brown

Funded through the Federal and Provincial Government employment programs, Lower Trent Conservation has hired 7 post-secondary students for the summer. These opportunities give students on-the-job experience related to their field of study. Name: Brody Brown Area of Study: Civil Engineering Technologist Current School: St. Lawrence College Job Title: Conservation Lands Staff Student Brody has joined… Read More Meet our Summer Students: Brody Brown