Let’s have some fun learning about the amazing aquatic plants found in our Kawartha Lakes! When you are on your dock, out in your canoe, or quietly fishing, look down into the water. What do you see? We want to know!
For instructions on how to participate please click the link. https://klsa.files.wordpress.com/2023/06/aquatic-plant-contest-poster-2.pdf
For a list of 30 of the most common aquatic plants found in the Kawartha Lakes click the link. https://klsa.files.wordpress.com/2023/05/klsa-aquatic-plant-checklist-3-1.pdf
Each week KLSA will be featuring a different aquatic plant species on our Facebook page. Check it out and then see if you can find it in your lake!!!
The video of the Spring 2022 meeting is now available by clicking on the Meeting Videos on the upper right menu. The Fall 2021 AGM video has also been added to that page.
The 2021 report, “Lake Stewardship in Action” is now available here or on the Published Material page. The printed versions were received just prior to the Spring Meeting on May 14th, and are being distributed for pick up at many locations in the area. Stay tuned for an update where they are available and how to get bulk copies for distribution to your Lake Association.
You are cordially invited to join us for our 2022 Kawartha Lake Stewards Association Annual Spring Meeting! Due to current Covid-19 conditions this will be a virtual meeting. Please follow this link to register at the Eventbrite site. The link to join the Zoom meeting will be sent to you before the meeting. Even though it’s a virtual meeting we’d really love to see you!
Carol Cole, Secretary. If you have trouble accessing the meeting please contact Carol.Cole@klsa.info
Go to the Dockside Chat page to watch the latest chat,
Mike Dolbey: Master of Citizen Science
The minutes of the 2020 AGM are available here for review and approval at the 2021 AGM. See you Saturday Oct 2nd at 10am.
Join us for our AGM on October 2nd and find out what KLSA has been up to this year. The meeting notice is HERE and includes the Zoom link to join the session remotely. We are having our second “Dockside Chat” in addition to the usual required reports to the membership. Look forward to seeing you via zoom on Oct 2nd.
The 2020 Total Phosphorus, Secchi depth and Calcium results have been released by the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks. Here are the results for the KLSA area.
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.