Update from Kawartha Lakes Land Steward Assocation

At this time we have a couple of things to share with you. 

Due to the recent storm, this has been a difficult week for many people in the Kawarthas and beyond. Your friends at KLSA share in your sadness over the damage to our beautiful area. 

First, we are pleased to release our “2021 Annual Lake Water Quality Report:  Lake Stewardship in Action.”   In this edition you’ll find articles on tracking water temperatures and dissolved oxygen in the Kawartha Lakes, how community science helped gather nutrient data across the Kawartha Lakes during the first year of Covid-19, fighting aquatic invasive species, Stoney and Clear Lake’s shoreline assessment and mapping project, and much more! 

Our report is available in both digital and hardcopy formats.

1. Digital version is available at: https://klsa.wordpress.com/published-material/

2. Printed version

 i) available at retail and public places throughout the Kawarthas 
ii) If you would like a single copy mailed to you please email your request including your mailing address to [email protected].
iii) For bulk copies (ie. for Associations, and businesses) please email us your request to [email protected] and we will contact you to make pickup/dropoff arrangements.

Secondly, for those of you who were unable to attend our Annual Spring Meeting on May 14th, the video of that meeting is now available on through our website or directly on our YouTube channel:

YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqHKH5hB9-0&t=21s
Website: https://klsa.wordpress.com/meeting-videos/

Thank you for your continued interest and support!  

Take care,

Kawartha Lake Stewards Association264 Bass Lake Rd.Trent Lakes ON  K0M 1A0klsa@klsa.infoWeb Site http://klsa.wordpress.com/

KLSA volunteers are dedicated to ensuring excellent lake water quality in the Kawartha Lakes through our monitoring programs.

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