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Blue Water

Environment Events

Natural Edge Workshop

 A healthy lake starts with a healthy shoreline. In fact, the state of your

shoreline can directly affect the quality of the water you swim and play in on

your own waterfront. Perhaps you have been wondering what you could do to improve your shoreline but don't know where to start. If so, this workshop is for you!

Watersheds Canada is coming to Kasshabog Community Hall/Library on Saturday, June 10th to offer a FREE Natural Edge Workshop starting at 10:00 AM 

The Watersheds' staff will share the following:

  • Why natural shorelines are important

  • Actions you can take to improve your own shoreline

  • What to consider when designing your plan

  • Ideas for customizing your own naturalization plan

  • Suggestions of native plants and materials to get you started. 

There is limited space available for this FREE workshop so contact  and book as soon as possible. Have a question about the workshop? Contact Cynthia Cole at

Meet a Raptor   


The Eyrie is a Birds of Prey centre located near Apsley that inspires conservation through meaningful education on Raptors (Birds of Prey).
Raptors are so important to help clean up our environment (e.g. they eat rodents; carrion; insects; etc.). On Saturday, June 24th, 2023 (10 am) The Eyrie is coming to Kasshabog with some of their Raptors! What a fabulous opportunity for to get a front-row seat to see these amazing birds!

The event will be held in the parking lot of the community hall/library located at 409 Peninsula Rd. and is free and open to paid-up LKRA members, their families and their off-lake guests only.  Membership can be paid (prior to the event date) here

  • Children (12 and under) MUST be accompanied by an adult (19 or over). 

  • Absolutely no pets are allowed. Please leave them at home for the safety of the animals.

  • Please arrive no more than 30 minutes prior to the demonstration.

  • Parking is limited (no parking will be available at the community hall/library).  Consider carpooling; walking; or boating (park at the beach)

Note: this is an outdoor demonstration, please dress accordingly for the weather. The event will only be postponed/canceled if a major weather event occurs (if there is a need to cancel this will be posted on the LKRA Website and Facebook page). 
Thank you to Covia for sponsoring this amazing event.

 Jack Lake Wildife Webinar

The recent February 2023 wildlife webinar, hosted by Jack Lake was interesting and informative. Speaker Dr. Thom Luloff from the Kawartha Wildlife Centre is passionate and knowledgeable about wildlife rehabilitation.  Find out more about the Kawartha Wildlife Centre by visiting their website


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