Published Material

The KLSA Publications

Annual Reports

2020
KLSA 20th Anniversary – Two Decades of Kawartha Lakes Stewardship download PDF
2019
Climate Change and Citizen Science in the Kawarthas download PDF
2018
Our Kawartha Lakes: Past, Present and Future  ——download PDF
2017
Healthy Lakes, Healthy Communities ——— download PDF
2016
Study the Past, Plan for the Future — download PDF
2015
Protecting the Natural Beauty Around Us — download PDF
2014
The Nature of Our Lakes — download PDF
2013
How can I help my lake? — download PDF
2012
Lake Water Quality Report “What’s Next?” — download PDF
2011
Algae: Too Much of a Good  Thing? — download PDF
2010
Weevils, Wastewater, Green Globs …and more work to do! — download PDF
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
A decade of stewardship — download PDF
The root of the matter — download PDF
Making a splash — download PDF
Looking deeper — download PDF
Weeding out the answers — download PDF
2004
2003
2002
2001
Changing as we flow — download PDF
Changing as we flow — download PDF
And then the rains came — download PDF
Don’t feed the geese — download PDF

Publications

2020 LPP Total Phosphorus Results
KLSA Natural Edge Program brochure 2021
Climate Change and the Kawarthas Report 2020
KLSA and Fleming College Dissolved O2 Report 2018
KLSA Paleolimnology Study, June 2018
Ecoli Report 2017 – Charts of Site vs Ecoli Results
2016 Lake Water E.coli Sampling Video
2006 Phosphorus and the Kawartha Lakes by Michael White
2009 Aquatic Plants Guide
2012 Algae Guide
Weevil Guide
8 panel KLSA Brochure

GIS Mapping for the Kawartha Watershed

Note: Rotate maps for proper orientation.
Base Map
Mean Annual Flow Map
Summertime Flow Map
Headwaters Map
Land Use Map
Surficial Geology Map

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