WELCOME TO THE RRCA
Working with Wildflowers Workshop
Do you have a dry well? Please let us Know!
The RRCA is collecting information on dry wells in the area for data analysis purposes.
Wild Parsnip a.k.a. Poison Parsnip
If you look around in S.D. & G. you've seen this harmless-looking flower, but beware of its potential painful results. Fore more information visit www.eohu.ca/segments/topics_e.php
What's New at Our Conservation Areas?
Charlottenburgh Park's popular cabin still has availability this summer. Call to book it today! Group camping is new to the park this year which is perfect for friends and family reunions.
To make reservations for the cabin, group camping or regular camping, contact the gatehouse (631-931-1944).
Purchase a raffle ticket for a free 2017 seasonal lot at Charlottenburgh Park. The draw will be held at the annual Cornfest scheduled for August 27, 2016. The Cornfest will also include fireworks!
Gray's Creek Marina still has slips available. You can get your gas, fishing tackle, worms, snacks and drinks at the marina store. Daily boat launches are $6.00. A seasonal pass is available for $65.00.
Cooper Marsh Visitor's Centre is now open to the public seven days a week! The marsh will host the Eco-Friends Summer Day Camp and several workshops this summer.
Low Water Conditions - Level 1
ABOUT THE RRCA
Conservation Authorities play a critical role in protecting the environment. Conservation Authorities were first established in the 1940's to manage devastating flooding, erosion and water supply problems that plagued the province due to a rapid growth.