The past, present and future of watershed management met Thursday when the Municipality of Powassan, youth from their summer program and the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) came together to plant a sugar maple tree at Powassan’s firehall in honour of NBMCA’s 50th anniversary.
A picture, as they say, is worth 1,000 words and now’s your chance to capture and share the beauty of the region’s watersheds by entering the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority’s Watershed Wonders 50th Anniversary Photography Contest.
After a two-year hiatus due to COVID, 42 teams from across the country participated in North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority’s 45th Mattawa River Canoe Race with the 1st place finishers completing the 64km race in just over six hours.More
(North Bay, ON, July 15, 2022) Join guest guide Laura Kielpinski of the Canadian Ecology Centre for a “Forest Bathing” hike during the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority’s annual Eau Claire Gorge Conservation Area hike Friday, July 22.More
(North Bay, Ontario, June 15, 2022) It was good news for a number of bee species in Laurier Woods Conservation Area when Wildlife Preservation Canada’s (WPC) bee research team’s turned up a number of species on the decline during their recent spring survey to locate rare and declining bumble bees throughout Ontario.More