Category Archives: Volunteer Instructions

2020 WATER TESTING VOLUNTEER INSTRUCTIONS AND SGS COVID-19 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

Instructions for this year’s volunteers are available here and from the Resources link above. There are special Covid-19 instructions from the SGS Lakefield Lab for pick-up and drop off of sample bottles. Follow the instructions for ordering bottles 3 days in advance and the SGS Chain of Custody forms and bottle labels will be included with the order. Make sure you state that the order is for KLSA when sending your email order to Kim. This form must be submitted with your water samples when delivered to the SGS Lakefield Lab. The summer 2020 E.coli water sampling starts on July 2nd.

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.

2019 Water Testing Volunteer Instructions and SGS Chain of Custody Form

Instructions for this year’s volunteers are available here and from the Resources link above. There is also a separate SGS Chain of Custody form for printing on page 14 of 16, near the end of the document. This form must be submitted with your water samples when delivered to the SGS Lakefield Lab.

2019 Volunteer Instructions and SGS Chain of Custody Form

KLSA Spring Meeting May 11th

The KLSA Spring Meeting is May 11th from 10:00 – 12:00 noon at the Bobcaygeon Arena and Community Centre, 51 Mansfield St, Bobcaygeon.

We are pleased to have Dr. Jim Buttle whose topic will be: “Lake Ice Dynamics and the Kawarthas: Climate Change at your Dock”. Hear about what other residents and Lake Associations are doing to protect and enhance the Kawartha Lakes. Printed copies of the 2018 Lake Water Quality Report will be available at the meeting, for pick-up and distribution. For an electronic view of the report “Our Kawartha Lakes: Past, Present and Future”, go to the Published Material link.

All are welcome to attend the meeting and the agenda is attached.