The South Nation Conservation Authority and the Raisin Region Conservation Authority are two agencies which play a role in managing and maintaining the Township of South Stormont's water and natural resource systems.

Tree Planting Services are provided by South Nation Conservation and Raisin Region Conservation Authority. For more information please contact the Conservation Authorities.

South Nation Conservation Authority

South Nation Conservation has a strong history in watershed management and leadership in applying sustainability practices. As an agency established under the Conservation Authorities Act of Ontario in 1947, SNC has decades of practical experience in protecting our environment and engaging communities. Today, it manages 4,441 km2 of land in Eastern Ontario; employs more than 40 staff; and has lead hundreds of stewardship projects to success. 

Contact
South Nation Conservation
38 Victoria Street. P.O. Box 29
Finch, ON  K0C 1K0
Tel: 613-984-2948 or 1-877-984-2948
Fax: 613-984-2872
Email: info@nation.on.ca 

Raisin Region Conservation Authority 

The Raisin Region Conservation Authority is committed to the development and implementation of action plans in order to achieve this vision. The RRCA mission statement has been developed to guide staff in their day-to-day activities and in their planning for the future. The RRCA has five member municipalities: the Townships of North Glengarry, South Glengarry, North Stormont, South Stormont, and the City of Cornwall. There are eight members on the Board of Directors: two from the City of Cornwall, South Stormont and South Glengarry, and one from North Stormont and North Glengarry.

Contact
Raisin Region Conservation Authority
18045 County Road 2
P.O. Box 429
Cornwall ON K6H 5T2
Tel: 613-938-3611
Fax: 613-938-3221
Email: info@rrca.on.ca

Source Water Protection

Through the Clean Water Act, a local committee of municipal leaders and Conservation Authority staff has been established to guide the process to develop a Source Protection Plan to protect municipal sources of drinking water.  The Source Protection Plan will determine areas that are vulnerable, identify potential threats and develop plans to deal with the threats to our drinking water sources.

In this area, the South Nation and Raisin Region Conservation Authorities have partnered together to work with the Source Protection Committee to coordinate the development of Source Protection Plans for our watersheds.  They are committed to work with our municipalities, other stakeholders and the public to develop Source Protection Plans that serve to protect our drinking water while taking into account the other needs of our communities.

The Township of South Stormont's municipal drinking water source is protected by a regional source water protection plan. The plan and supporting documentation can be found on their website.

Forests Ontario

Forests Ontario is dedicated to making Ontario‚Äôs forests greener. Their ambitious tree planting initiatives, extensive education programs and decades of community outreach have resulted in millions of trees being planted each year. 

Contact
Forests Ontario
144 Front Street West Suite 700
Toronto, ON M5J 2L7
Tel: 1-877-646-1193 or 416-646-1193
Fax: 416-493-4608
Email: info@forestsontario.ca

Energy Consumption

Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan 2020

Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reports

2017 Township of South Stormont Energy Consumption

2016 Township of South Stormont Energy Consumption

2015 Township of South Stormont Energy Consumption

2014 Township of South Stormont Energy Consumption

2013 Township of South Stormont Energy Consumption

2012 Township of South Stormont Energy Consumption