We are in the process of developing a Management Plan for Spirit Rock/McNeil Estate Conservation Area. This Plan will guide the management of the property over the next 10 to 20 years. The purpose of this process is to better understand the issues, challenges, and potentials for the site. The Plan will assist with the protection, conservation, and management of the property, and, in consultation with the community, it will promote watershed health, public enjoyment, and future sustainability. To learn more about the Management Plan process and to submit your input……
Grey Sauble Conservation Authority believes in a healthy watershed environment in balance with the needs of society.
As one of 36 Conservation Authorities established in the Province of Ontario under the Conservation Authorities Act we have made it our mission, in partnership with the stakeholders of the watershed, to promote and undertake sustainable management of renewable natural resources and to provide responsible leadership to enhance biodiversity and environmental awareness.
Grey Sauble Conservation Authority employs a team of experts who are passionate about protecting, managing and conserving our natural resources and habitats and sharing their appreciation and understanding of the environment with others.
At the GSCA we believe that time spent in nature has countless benefits for children that will last a lifetime, which is why the program allows campers to be outside exploring the environment around us!
If you are planning on building, changing the existing grade, adding or removing material if you are near a river, stream, lake, shoreline, wetland or slope, you may need a permit for these activities.
Our staff are experienced, certified and licenced to provide services that benefit you and your property. Check out more information about forestry services, tree orders and our annual tree sale.
Click to view publications such as Board Meeting Agendas and Minutes, Audit Statements, By-Laws and Applications forms.
GSCA charges fees for various services and programs. These include planning and permit fees, parking fees, mapping and forestry services.
Skinner’s Marsh-McNab Lake Management Area (Compartments 110 and 112) will be closed starting
14 January 2022 and anticipated to be reopened 31 March 2022 due to a scheduled hardwood stand
The Grey Sauble Conservation Authority Transition Plans has been approved by the Board of Directors.
The GSCA office will be closed from December 24, 2021 to January 3, 2022.