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)
Saturday May 7th at 10:00am is the KLSA Spring meeting. Put that date on your calendar and plan on joining us at the Bobcaygeon Community Hall. More details will follow.
You KLSA Board has been busy with meetings at Fleming College Lindsay in late November to review the progress on the project students were working on in the C4P Credit for Product program. The board met again on Feb. 6th to review the annual report progress and plan 2016 activities including the May 7th meeting.
The 2015 Annual Lake Water Quality Report will be published later in April and available at the May 7th meeting. Watch for notice of it here and on the Facebook page.
The Kawartha Lake Stewards Association will be holding its fall annual meeting October 3rd 10:00 am at the Lakehurst Hall – 979 Lakehurst Circle Road. The theme of the meeting is “Trees and Turtles”: Presentations include “Can You Identify a Tree’s Call for Help?” and “Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre -Conservation in Action”. Also, there will be an update on water quality in the Kawartha Lakes and other KLSA activities. All are welcome. For directions go to https://www.google.ca/maps/place/979+Lakehurst+Circle+Rd,+Buckhorn,+ON+K0L+1J0email@example.com,-78.4058759,13.46z/data=!4m7!1m4!3m3!1s0x4cd4d02948918913:0x156a89ac78ca04bb!2s979+Lakehurst+Circle+Rd,+Buckhorn,+ON+K0L+1J0!3b1!3m1!1s0x4cd4d02948918913:0x156a89ac78ca04bb
KLSA has added a scanned copy of this 1994 nutrient report to the “Resources” page under “Downloadable Documents and Forms.” There are three sections to the report. Just follow the links for this detailed analysis of lake bed sediments.
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.