The South Nation Conservation Authority,, is the Conservation Authority responsible for most of Eastern Ontario. The South Nation River watershed starts near Brockville and extends as far east as Maxville and as far north as Ottawa before the South Nation empties into the Ottawa River at Plantagenet. You can find a map of the watershed at

Through the initiative of the Geocachers of Eastern Ontario (GEO) a close collaboration between the SNCA and locale geocaching has developed. One of those collaborations is the SNCITO, an annual CITO event that has geocachers help out with a clean-up of the many properties managed by the SNCA.

This year’s effort, the third such annual event, SNCITO3,, will be on April 28th at the High Falls Conservation Area in Casselman Ontario. The SNCA provides a tremendous breakfast free of charge and in return teams of ‘cachers will spread out to the surrounding SNCA properties and collect tons of garbage. Oh, and there’s a few caches placed for the event too!

Everyone is invited to come and join the community for a great day of food, community service and geocaching.

About Bluelamb03

Bluelamb03 learned map and compass navigation while serving as a member of the Governor General’s Foot Guards, a Reserve Infantry Regiment of the Canadian Armed Forces. He became a geocacher in July of 2003 while on vacation in Cape Cod Massachusetts. Back in Ottawa Bluelamb03 became a co-founder of the Saturday Morning Caching Club, aka the geoMob, and regular Saturday caching outings became the norm. Bluelamb is also involved with the Canada’s Capital Cachers as part of the ad hoc committee that publishes events in the Ottawa area, notably the annual GAG (Go and Get’em) caching extravaganzas.
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