Grand River Conservation Authority
'It's A FACT! Anyone who falls through the ice could experience hypothermia and death within minutes.' GRCA Flood Message #3 - Flood Watch: DO NOT WALK On Frozen Bodies of Water
'Despite higher than normal percipitation lately, levels are still low from an extremely dry Spring.' Request for water conservation continues in the Grand River watershed.
Ash Borer Will Probably Kill Most Of the Ash Trees in GRCA Region GRCA Maintaining Closures Of Several Properties Due To Emerald Ash Borer
Emergency Rescue Extremely Difficult If Public Does Not Observe Closures Grand River Conservation Authority Closes Parks Effective March 23 - Do Not Come To Parks!
Be Safe! Don't Take Chances Stay Away From Flooding Rivers And Streams - GRCA Flood Warning UPDATE
FREE Day Use Offered At Park On Mother's Day Celebrate Mom with Mother Nature At Rockwood Conservation Area For FREE.
Spring Flooding And Water Danger Is Upon Us GRCA Issues The Following Combined Flood Warning And Flood Watch.Spring Flooding And Water Danger Is Upon Us.
Programs To Protect Life, Reduce Flooding, Decrease Property Damage GRCA Approves $35,000,000 2019 Budget
Ensure Best Selection - Order This Fall GRCA Encourages Rural Landowners To Order Trees Now For Spring Planting.Ensure Best Selection - Order This Fall.
Learn About Trees And Forest Health, Develop Skills Attend A FREE Managing Trees Workshop With GRCA.Learn About Trees And Forest Health, Develop Skills.
There Are Now Over 5,400 Projects Protecting Water Quality On Farms GRCA assists farmers in improving water quality and preventing erosion.
Osprey Watchers Rack Up 2 Million Viewing Minutes Since April Belwood Osprey family viewed more than 2 million minutes.
It Only Comes Once A Year...Get Out And Enjoy The Winter Winter is here and now the GRCA has opened the local parks for winter fun and activities.
Is Spring Finally Here? Here is the latest Flood warning update from the GRCA.
Unstable Weather Requires Extra Precautions Here is the latest Flood warning from the GRCA.
WARNING: Stay Away From The Banks Of Local Waterways Rains and melting snow and ice continue to be watched by the GRCA. View latest details.
Rain Conditions Followed By Rapid Transition To Cold GRCA warns of potentially flooding followed by rapid cool down.
Scholarships And Hertitage Awards Available - Application Details Ice Storm cleanup costs, Scholarships and Heritage Awards top the GRCA February newsletter.
Preview of Event , Athletes This Weekend The Pinehurst Lake Conservation Area will once again be the setting for the Run For The Toad event.
Algae Blooms Can Affect Both Humans And Pets The discovery of blue-green algae has health officials and GRCA staff concerned with human and animal exposure.