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- Kawartha Region On behalf of Watersheds Canada and KLSA (Kawartha Lake Stewards Assocation) KLSA has received a grant from Watersheds Canada to undertake the Natural Edge Program https://watersheds.ca/our-work/the-natural-edge/at 10 waterfront properties. KLSA has also partnered with Kawartha Conservation to further enhance and re-naturalize lakes within the Kawartha region. The objective of the program is to revegetate and […]
- FOCA ELert for August 2020. Please click here to read the full August Elert We encourage you to read the newsletter and reference material. Recap of the topics covered: FOCA Cottage Country Survey – Deadline August 24th Advocacy, Policy and Program Updates – Environmental Assessment redesign Cormorant Hunt Federal Aquaculture Act Webinar recap: Gypsy Moth […]
- Gypsy Moth Caterpillar Spraying Next Steps Preparing for Spring 2021 In our previous communication, we shared information about spraying Gypsy Moth caterpillars. This is conducted in the spring with a second spray a few weeks later. We have set up a survey, reachable by clicking this link, to determine what you, the cottagers, are considering to […]
Are you new to the lake or just want to know more about the lake, the park or the surrounding area. Visit this link for printable reference material.
History of Loon Call Lake
In 2015 the Loon Call Lake Cottagers’ Association undertook a major effort to create and publish Loon Call Lake, A Brief History of Cottaging on Loon Call Lake. Each new cottage household receives one copy of this book, and can purchase additional copies by contacting the Loon Call Lake Cottagers’ Association President (while quantities last). Visit this link for a downloadable copy: