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About Crowe Valley Conservation Authority

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Assistant Water Resources Technician - Deadline for applications extended to 21 April 2014


For over 50 years, the Crowe Valley Conservation Authority has worked in partnership with its member municipalities and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.

With its head office in Marmora, Ontario, the CVCA operates 13 dams along the Crowe River and its tributaries. The CVCA also maintains a stream flow forecasting center to help reduce the threat posed by flooding.

The CVCA has a Level 1 agreement with Fisheries and Oceans Canada, which enables the Authority to assist residents, municipalities and cottagers with any construction plans around fish habitat.

Managing over 2000sq./km of territory, the Crowe Valley Conservation Authority maintains 1300 acres of park land divided between 4 main conservation areas. If you love the outdoors you can;

The Crowe Valley Conservation Authority has something for everyone!