Guided Walking Tour at St Williams Conservation Reserve Turkey Point Tract (free event)

2.65km loop on fairly flat dry sandy trails. Estimated 2 hrs for walk & talk guided tour.

Saturday 28 Oct 2023, 1:30-4:00. Meet at parking area at 849 Concession 1, west of Turkey Point Road (Norfolk County Road 10). Event to take place Rain or Shine. Click here for more info on the tour

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About the SWCR

Project coordinator needed

The SWCRCC seeks a highly-motivated individual to take on the contracted position of Project Coordinator. The Project Coordinator is a contracted position between an independent contractor and the SWCRCC. This position will coordinate and oversee the delivery of various Species at Risk (SAR) stewardship and resource management activities within the SWCR.

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Code of Conduct for St. Williams Conservation Reserve

These guidelines have been adapted from the Ontario Trails Council’s user guidelines for shared-use trails and various county and regional codes of conduct for forest users. General Rules for all SWCR Users Expect and respect other trail users Leave the wildlife for others to enjoy. Do not stress, harass, or chase wildlife. Stay on authorized […]


What Do I Need to Know about Trail Density and Human Usage?

While we’re delighted that individuals and groups are out on trails and experiencing nature’s peace and beauty, the fact is, whether we walk, mountain bike, horseback ride, dirt bike, or ATV, there is an impact on the forest’s vegetation and wildlife. MNRF View It’s important for you to know that based on available research, MNRF […]

About the SWCR

Operations Plan

Operations Plan 2009-2018 The first Operations Plan for 2009-2018 defined the St Williams Conservation Reserve Community Council’s priorities and activities needed to meet the five management objectives. Natural Heritage Protection & Restoration 2009-2018 The Community Council’s focus on Natural Heritage during the first operational plan period included: About half of the pine plantations areas have […]