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The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority is an environmental protection and advisory agency that works with local municipalities, government agencies, special interest groups and the general public. The RVCA strives to protect watershed resources. Our goal is to have clean water, natural shorelines and sustainable land use throughout the Rideau Valley watershed.
 
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  What's New
   
September 29, 2014 — Foley Mountain Takes on New Colours!
   
 

City Stream Watch Events
October 2, 2014: Clean-up Day 1 — Sawmill Creek South
October 4, 2014: Clean -up Day 2 — Hunt Club Road and Dae Street
October 10, 2014: Clean-up Day 3 — Towngate Shopping Centre

Join us! Click here for more details

 

Register now!
Resilient Rainwater Management: Across Canada Workshop Series on Adapting to a Changing Climate
— Thursday, October 30, 2014, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Hilton Garden Inn (Airport), Ottawa
Click here to learn more!

   
 

Sustainable Communities -- Healthy Futures
Applying Principles of the Ottawa Biosphere Eco-City Initiative to communities in the Rideau Watershed
— September 30, 2014 @ 7:30 p.m.
This presentation will present practical solutions to building a culture of sustainability for communities in the Rideau watershed. The Ottawa biosphere eco-city model will be presented as a framework for individual and community action to build prosperous, healthy and sustainable communities. Click here for more.

    New Publications / Reports     Special Projects
 
   
August Watershed Briefs
September/October Around the Rideau
March Watershed Briefs
2013 Annual Report
2014 Membership Directory
2014 RVCA Workplan
RVCA — Who We Are and What We Do
   
 

Now Available!
Kemptville Creek Subwatershed Report 2013
(6.88 MB)

To view the catchment sheets for Barnes Creek, Kemptville Creek, Mud Creek, North Branch, Oxford Mills and South Branch catchments— click here.

   
Solutions for Shoreline Erosion — A basic Guide to Bioengineering
English
French
 
   
Otty Lake Fish Habitat Improvement Project
The Jock River Fish Habitat Embayment Creation Project
Brewer Park Pond Restoration Project
Beaver Management Package — please call one of our Resource Specialists to get your package. Call 613-692-3571 or 1-800-267-3504 ext. 1128 or 1132

Britannia Flood Control Project
Notice of Project Approval (July 31, 2014)
Project Plan for the Proposed Britannia
     Village Flood Control Project (May 4, 2014)
Full Set of Design Drawings, issued for       review May 2, 2014
Notice of Filing Document for Review
      (May 4, 2014)
— Second Notice of Intent (February 2014)
   – English
   – French

Cardinal Creek Flood Risk Mapping Project
Upper Rideau Lake Regulatory Flood Level Project
Heart's Desire Riparian Restoration Plan
Background Information Updated 27/11/13
Open House News Release: Nov. 7, 2011
Open House Flyer
Species at Risk Work in the Rideau Valley
 

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