KLSA wishes to announce some of the recent partnerships and acknowledgements we have entered into in 2020-2021.
The Volunteer Instructions for LPP and E coli testing this year are available here. Note the E coli sampling dates have changes, mostly to follow the calendar shifting. The payment form for E coli is front and centre with new contact information, and payment is due by July 15, 2021.
The SGS Lab Chain of Custody form for 2021 is available here. Please do not use CofC forms from previous years. Remember to give SGS at least 3 days notice for bottle pick up, as in 2020, due to COVID. CofC forms are provided by the lab along with the bottles. Email contact information is provided for SGS Lakefield on page 2 of the instructions. All samples for 2021 are taken there.
Anyone who missed the KLSA Spring zoom meeting or wants to review it again can go the the video recording we have saved on YouTube.
Enjoy the Dockside Chat with Dr Bob Bailey talking about his research into Weeds in the Kawartha Lakes. This is the first in hopefully many more to come later this year. This was part of the KLSA Spring 2021 zoom meeting on May 15th. Enjoy.
The 2020 report, “Two Decades of Kawartha Lakes Stewardship” is now available here or on the Published Material page. The digital file is at the printers and we expect to have printed versions for distribution shortly. Stay tuned for an update when they are available.
We would like to invite you to join us for our 2021 Annual Spring Meeting! Due to current Covid-19 conditions this will be a virtual meeting. Join us for a Dockside Chat with Dr. Robert Bailey talking about Weeds in the Kawartha Lakes.
The KLSA 2021 Spring Meeting notice is here with the details and the ZOOM meeting link. Even though it is a virtual meeting we’d really love to see you!
Carol Cole, Secretary
The KLSA 2020 Lake Water Quality Report is in final layout and editing. Just waiting for the MOE data from the Lake Partner Program. Here is an early peek at what the cover looks like.
Thursday March 4th at 10am, join in to here KLSA Director & Ontario Tech University Professor Robert Bailey, speaking on “Bioassessment of freshwater ecosystems”. Follow the registration link to receive an email with free access to the lecture.
The next in the Ontario Nature, Troubled Waters Webinar series is Thursday Feb 25th at 7:00pm, with Dr Andrea Kirkwood speaking about Community Science and Lake Management. Click on the registration link to join in. You may remember Dr Kirkwood as our guest speaker at the KLSA Fall 2019 speaking on Starry Stonewort in the Kawartha Lakes.
Your KLSA Board has been busy with zoom meetings on Nov 24th and Jan 13th. One of the decisions involved moving our electronic business functions to Google Workplace and having our contact information and KLSA email address updated. The new email is now live and it becomes the main contact address for the association.
The new email is email@example.com