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+1J0firstname.lastname@example.org,-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.
Watch the short video about the 2014 Modelling Seasonal Total Phosphorus Variation in Sturgeon Lake on our FaceBook page.