Posted on Wednesday, December 01, 2021 02:05 PM
DECEMBER 1, 2021 – Just in time for winter weather, and for the entire month of December through to the new year, ‘When it Starts to Snow’ has arrived at the Story Walk Trail at Ken Reid Conservation Area.
Written by Phillis Gershator, ‘When it Starts to Snow’ explores the habits of all different kinds of animals when the weather starts to get colder, moving from the farm to the pond, to the forest and back home, using rhyming and fun illustrations along the way.
“What if it starts to...
Posted on Wednesday, December 01, 2021 08:56 AM
NOVEMBER 30, 2021 – Just in time for Christmas shopping, Seven Forty Six and Kawartha Conservation have partnered to launch a conservation initiative to support the environment. Not only will you be able to get family, friends and loved ones something unique they will truly enjoy this holiday season, but you’re also supporting the environment – There’s no better way to get on Santa’s good list.
Starting December 1, and continuing throughout 2022, a portion of sales from the entire Seven Forty Six...
Posted on Monday, November 22, 2021 03:06 PM
NOVEMBER 22, 2021 – Signs, we see them everywhere. We see them while we're driving and while we're walking. We see them in towns, cities, villages, and hamlets and along roadways across our region and our province. But how much do we pay attention to them?
Sure, we all know what the different speed signs mean, but have you ever seen a Drinking Water Source Protection sign and wondered what it meant? Maybe you've driven by them and not even noticed them.
Posted on Monday, November 22, 2021 09:53 AM
NOVEMBER 22, 2021 – Kawartha Conservation’s Integrated Watershed Management (IWM) team has wrapped up the first year of the Lake Dalrymple Management Plan.
The plan, being completed for the City of Kawartha Lakes, is a four-year (2021-2024) science-based plan that will look at the pressures and challenges currently facing Lake Dalrymple and its surrounding watershed, and develop recommendations and next steps based on those findings in consultation with members of the watershed community.
Posted on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 09:00 AM
NOVEMBER 16, 2021 – Visitors to Windy Ridge Conservation Area can now participate in the newly installed word scramble course, a fun and engaging outdoor puzzle game that stretches across the trail system.
Using the word scramble guide to assist them in their journey, visitors can begin the word scramble in the parking lot area at Windy Ridge Conservation Area, located on Mount Horeb Road between Highway 35 and Omemee, and follow the loop to complete the activity, filling in the correct words as...