The KLSA 2017 Annual Lake Water Report is finished and will be available at the Spring Meeting on May 5th. Thanks to Pat Moffat for the cover photo, Lovesick Lake Reflection.
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.
The 2016 Volunteer Testing Instructions are now available on the Resources page. Follow the link on the right side of the menu bar.
The KLSA Lake Water Sampling video is now available to view on YouTube by following this link. KLSA Lake Water E.coli Sampling The video was prepared by Fleming College Frost Campus, Lindsay, students in their C4P Credit for Product program, with the guidance of KLSA volunteers.
Have you heard of Starry Stonewort?
Have you heard firecracker presenter Leora Berman speak about The Land Between?
These two fascinating topics are the focus of the Kawartha Lake Stewards Association spring meeting on Saturday May 7th, 10 AM to 12 PM. Come join us at the Bobcaygeon Community Centre — prepare to be informed and entertained!
The digital version of the new KLSA report “Protecting the Natural Beauty Around Us” is now available on the Published Material page or by clicking 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.
Click on the link to see the poster for the meeting in Bobcaygeon, 10:00 am on May 7, 2016. Spring mtg Poster_May 7 2016
KLSA will be holding its spring meeting Saturday, May 7th, 10:00 am until noon at the Bobcaygeon Community Centre (Arena), 51 Mansfield Drive Bobcaygeon K0M 1A0.
The theme of the meeting is “Diversity Defines Us” Presentations include:
- “Starry Stonewort: The Invasion of Lake Scugog: History, Status and Update” by Dr. Ron Porter, Chair, Science and Monitoring, Scugog Lake Stewards and
- “ What do you mean? The Land Between” by Ms. Leora Berman, Chief Manager, The Land Between Organization.
Also, there will be an update on water quality in the Kawartha Lakes, the annual lake water quality report will be available and other KLSA activities. For directions to the Bobcaygeon follow this link Bobcaygeon Community Centre (Arena)