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.
Category Archives: Forest
2021 Lake Water Quality Report
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.
2021 Annual General Meeting Oct 2nd.
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.
Spring 2021 klsa meeting, May 15/21
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.
20th anniversary lake water quality report
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.
20th Anniversary Lake water quality report
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.
U. of W. WaterTalk lecture with Robert Bailey
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.
2019 Annual Lake Water Quality Report
The new KLSA 2019 Annual Water Quality Report, “Climate Change and Citizen Science in the Kawarthas” is now available on the Published Material page. The printed copies will be back from the printer late this week. KLSA Bd members will be making arrangements for distribution and pick-up by lake associations at set locations in the area. More to come on locations, date(s) and time(s) for pick-up.
Climate Change and the Kawarthas
While we are all dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, KLSA chair Bill Napier has been busy getting this report on climate change ready. Climate Change and the Kawathas report. This Report was prepared by the KLSA Board of Directors for the benefit of our members and the seasonal and permanent residents of the Kawartha Region. Board members Dr. M. Dolbey, Ms. S. Gordon-Dillane, Ms. C. Lee, Messrs. T. McAllister, B. Tregunno and E. Leerdam provided their review and comments on the Report. We are appreciative of the external reviewers; Drs. P. Sales, E. Spence, B. Cumming and L. Hulett, and Ms. A. Currier and Ms. S. Fera for providing their valuable comments.
Kawartha Woodland Conference 2020
KLSA has been asked by the Kawartha Chapter of the Ontario Woodlot Association to help getting information to the public about the Feb. 8, 2020 Conference at Fleming College Frost Campus in Lindsay. Additional information on the poster.