With the KLSA annual report being printed and our upcoming Spring Meeting May 5th in Bobcaygeon, we just added to our Published Material list, the Ecoli Report 2017 – Charts of Site vs Ecoli Results for sites having 10 years or more data.
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)
- “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.
An electronic version of the new KLSA Lake Water Quality Report is now available under the “Published Material” link and here.
Here is a sneak peek at the cover of the new KLSA report, which will be available at the KLSA Spring Meeting, Saturday May 7th, 10:00 til 12:00 noon at the Bobcaygeon Community Centre (Arena), 51 Mansfield Drive, Bobcaygeon.
The KLSA 2014 report “The Nature of Our Lakes” is now available online. Go to the Published Material page and click on the link. This latest report has feature articles about Climate Change in the Kawarthas, Invasive Species, the Blue Canoe program, Goose Habitat Modification, Sewage Treatment Plants and Analysis of the Total Phosphorus Data for the Kawartha Lakes, in addition to the KLSA’s yearly E.coli and Phosphorus testing programs. Enjoy reading.
Paper copies of the report are available through your participating Lake Association, at local libraries or from one of the KLSA directors.