FOCA is asking for assistance in delivering information about this Algae Survey to property owners throughout the Kawartha Lakes. For more information and a link to the survey, go to Algae Survey Information
Maybe a major cause of climate change is how we cultivate agricultural lands, throughout the world. Is the solution to the problem of atmospheric carbon, climate change and water quality, beneath our feet? Watch this 40 minute video by UBC’s Dr. Phil Gregory The Magic of Soil. It may give us solutions to reduce atmospheric carbon and put it back into the soil, the way nature intended it. Enjoy. Dr. Phil Gregory, University of British Columbia.
On July 8th from 10:00 am til 12:00 noon, at the Bobcaygeon Community Centre, the Land Between is holding a workshop on how to design your own shoreline garden. For more information, go to Design Your Own Shoreline Garden
Take note of this Peterborough Public Health notice about Ticks and Lyme disease.
Available now on our Resources page are the 2017 Water Testing Volunteer Instructions as well as the 2017 SGS Chain of Custody form. Click on the Resources link, upper right of page.
Here is an update on the Paleo study that KLSA is doing with Queens University and Trent University. Paleo Study – April _ website
An electronic version of the new KLSA Lake Water Quality Report is now available under the “Published Material” link and here.
Saturday May 13th, 12:30 – 3:00 pm, Kawartha Conservation and KLSA Director Colleen Dempster are hosting an event at Nogies Creek. For details go to Nogies Creek Garlic Mustard Pull info poster and register with the link in the notice.