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Conservation Sudbury is one of Ontario’s 36 community-based, watershed stewardship agencies.

Conservation Authorities are nonprofit organizations legislated under the Conservation Authorities Act, 1946. Conservation Sudbury works in partnership with the Province of Ontario through the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks and its member municipality, the City of Greater Sudbury.

The Nickel District Conservation Authority (Conservation Sudbury) was established in June 1973. As a result of the amalgamation and expansion of two former Conservation Authorities, the Junction Creek Conservation Authority, and the Whitson Valley Conservation Authority. Conservation Sudbury is responsible for managing a total watershed area of approximately 9,150 square kilometers.

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