Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority Rolls Out 2021 Stewardship Programs
Lower Thames Watershed – The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority (LTVCA) is striving to make 2021 a year of action and implementation. The organization, known for diverse programs to support stewardship efforts across our watercourses is excited to bring a program line-up for 2021 that will create meaningful impact.
“The LTVCA has been successful in bringing funding programs to our watershed. There are now many tools available to farmers to implements these Best Management Practices into their farm operations,” shares Randall Van Wagner, Manager of Conservation Lands and Services.
Increased interest among farmers and agricultural producers looking to implement BMP’s over the past few years has created a demand to bring these funding programs to the watershed. We invite any interested landowners, famers or agricultural producers interested in the following to contact us and ask how the LTVCA can support your efforts towards:
-Grid and Zone Soil Sampling
-Wind breaks and Buffer Strips
If you are interested in learning more or have marginal or “unusable” land you need to address please contact the Lower Thames Valley staff and ask which program or programs might be right for your operation. Detailed grant information, funding partners and eligibility can be found at www.ltvca.ca or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information contact:
Randall Van Wagner – Manager, Conservation Lands and Services,