Posted on Tuesday, May 04, 2021 08:00 AM
MAY 4, 2021 – Kawartha Conservation’s Integrated Watershed Management department is looking for individuals across the Kawartha Watershed interested in helping to make a positive difference for the environment.
Since 2018, Kawartha Conservation has worked with Ontario Tech University and local waterfront residents to look at the nearshore lake environment across the Kawartha watershed. The project involves looking at the water quality, the benthic (aquatic bugs), and the aquatic plant community of...
Posted on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 10:55 AM
APRIL 28, 2021 – Fenelon Falls Brewing Co. and Kawartha Conservation are renewing their exciting partnership for a second year to bring back a popular beer while helping to support the environment.
Following up on the very successful partnership in 2020, Fenelon Falls Brewing Co. is launching the unofficial beer of summer in the Kawarthas – the Kawartha Summer Ale – and it will be available for purchase in their retail and online Bottle Shops beginning this week.
“We had such an immense...
Posted on Monday, April 26, 2021 11:48 AM
April 26 – Kawartha Conservation staff are launching an exciting four—year project to better understand, enhance and protect Lake Dalrymple.
Lake Dalrymple provides significant economic and environmental contributions to local communities, and once completed, this lake plan will help to keep this lake,...
Posted on Monday, April 26, 2021 09:50 AM
APRIL 26, 2021 – The City of Kawartha Lakes and Kawartha Conservation now have a newly-established tool to assist them in planning for future growth and development in the McLarens Creek watershed.
On Thursday afternoon, April 22nd the Kawartha Conservation Board of Directors endorsed and approved the updated McLaren Creek Flood Plain Mapping Study – part of a multi-year capital project undertaken on behalf of the City of Kawartha Lakes.
“Flood plain mapping helps to protect the people and...
Posted on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 11:34 AM
APRIL 20, 2021 – Thanks to the generous support of the RBC Foundation and the RBC Tech for Nature program, Kawartha Conservation will be able to enhance and expand our Talking Forest app across the Kawartha watershed.
“Since we launched the Talking Forest app at Ken Reid Conservation Area earlier this year, interest has been tremendous,” explained Kawartha Conservation Director of Stewardship and Conservation Lands Kristie Virgoe. “The app has really allowed the public to enjoy and engage...