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Fleming C4P Dissolved O2 Study

The report on the Status of Dissolved Oxygen Levels in Pigeon, Lovesick, and Stony Lakes, by the Fleming College students Credit for Product (C4P) team, has been added to the Published Material page. This report looks at the current dissolved oxygen (DO) levels, total Phosphorus (TP) concentration, and benthic communities in Pigeon Lake, Lovesick Lake, and Stony/Clear Lakes.

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KLSA Update, January 2019

Your KLSA board met on November 26th with our C4P students at Fleming College in Lindsay.  The board is meeting again this morning, January 25, 2019, to get an update on the preparation of our annual Lake Water Quality Report and to prepare for the Spring Meeting in early May. Look for more updates on the website and FaceBook page.

2018 Annual Spring Meeting

KLSA will be holding its spring meeting Saturday, May 5th, 10:00 to 12:00 noon at the Bobcaygeon Community Centre (Arena), 51 Mansfield Drive Bobcaygeon K0M 1A0.  Our theme is focusing on Youth and the Environment: Teaching and Learning: an ecosystem approach. (May 5 2018 poster Final)

Presentations include:

  • Pathways to Stewardship & Kinship” by Mr. Jacob Rodenburg, Executive Director, Camp Kawartha & The Camp Kawartha Outdoor Education Centre/Environment Centre – https://campkawartha.ca/ and
  • Environmental Education- from Toddlers to Paddlers” by Mr. Mr. Bretton Clark and Ms Briagh Hosking-Hasbury Co-founders of the Land- Canadian Adventures http://canoecampingtrips.ca/ .

Also, there will be an update on water quality in the Kawartha Lakes including a review of the E. coli measurements and other KLSA activities. All are welcome.

Kawartha Lakes Paleolimnology Study & KLSA AGM

KLSA will be holding its Fall meeting Saturday, September 30, 2017, 10:00 am until noon at the Lakehurst Community Hall (979 Lakehurst Circle Rd.) Buckhorn ON. https://goo.gl/maps/ybBj8iKskBG2 Please join us in a morning of scientific inquiry, presentations, and conversation regarding the health of our important Kawartha Lakes.

We are pleased to have Dr. Brian Cumming provide the preliminary results on the sediment core sampling project. Brian is Professor of Paleolimnology and Aquatic Ecology, Paleoecological Environmental Assessment and Research Laboratory (PEARL), Queens University. The title of his presentations is “Kawartha Lakes Paleolimnology Study (Collection, Analysis and Age Dating of Sediment Cores”. Dr. Cumming, is the lead Scientist on the Project and his speciality is sediment core analysis. 
Also, there will be an update on water quality in the Kawartha Lakes, updates from the Lake Associations and other KLSA activities. All are welcome.