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St. Williams Conservation Reserve

Concession Road 6
Walsingham, ON
N0E 1X0

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The St. Williams Conservation Reserve is a 1035 hectare area of Crown land located in Norfolk County, Ontario.  It is comprised of two separate locations – the Nursery Tract (J.E. Zavitz Forest) at St. Williams, and the Turkey Point Tract (J.H. White Forest) at Turkey Point. Due to its exceptional ecological diversity and natural heritage values, the site was designated a Provincial Conservation Reserve in 2004.  The site also has a rich cultural heritage, including being the site of the first reforestation station in Canada, in operation from 1908 to 1998.

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