Hunting is permitted in most parts of the SWCR, according to provincial and federal policy and legislation. All visitors are required to obey posted signs. Always be aware that many other people are using the SWCR. Please review and follow the ‘Code of Conduct for SWCR Users’. Be seen, be safe: wearing hunter orange increases safety.
The St. Williams Conservation Reserve is strategically located in the middle of the Carolinian eco-region in southwestern Ontario. The Carolinian region makes up less than 1% of Canada’s total land area but boasts a greater number of both flora and fauna species than any other ecoregion in Canada. It is also the most threatened ecological […]
We’re thrilled to share that there has been an incredible show of interest in becoming a Director on the St. Williams Conservation Reserve Community Council. Although our council would like to consider all expressions of interest, we are currently at our maximum number and as such,all applications submitted will be placed on a waiting list […]
The St. Williams Conservation Reserve includes 1035 hectares of Crown land in Norfolk County, Ontario. The Reserve is made up of two separate sites: the Nursery Tract and the Turkey Point Tract. These two tracts are also designated as the E.C. Zavitz Forest and the J. H. White Forest, respectively, in recognition of the two […]