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An upTICK on Ticks and Lyme Disease in Eastern Ont: Tuesday, June 8th, 7:00-8:00 pm - Friends of the Napanee River will host this virtual event on Zoom. Dr. Andrew Peregrine from the University of Guelph will speak on "An upTICK on Ticks and Lyme Disease in Eastern Ontario." To register: Click Here more ...
Managing Stormwater on your property: FNR hosted this virtual event on Zoom on Tuesday, May 18th. Olivia Hughes, Quinte Conservation's Stormwater Project Coordinator, spoke on how to manage stormwater runoff on your property using green infrastructure. This is perfect timing for more ...
Want to know more about invasive plant species ?: Find Best Management Practice booklets for over 25 invasive plant species in Ontario. Click Here
Invasive Species in Central and Eastern Ontario: This was #5 in our Winter Speaker Series held on Tuesday, Apr 20th. Friends of the Salmon River hosted this virtual event on Zoom. Amanda Tracey, from Nature Conservancy of Canada, spoke on Invasive Species in Central and Eastern Ontario including more ...
Watersheds 101 and Shoreline Restoration and Plant: This was #4 in our Winter Speaker Series held on Tuesday, Mar 23rd. FNR hosted this virtual event on Zoom. Maya Navrot from Quinte Conservation and Chloe Lajoie from Watersheds Canada spoke on "Watersheds 101 and Shoreline Restoration and Planting more ...
Dragonflies and Damselflies: Guardians of our Wetl: This was #3 in our Winter Speaker Series on Tuesday, Feb 23rd, 2021. Friends of the Salmon River hosted this virtual event on Zoom, and Colin Jones, MNRF Ontario's Provincial Arthropod Zoologist spoke on "Dragonflies and Damselflies: Guardians of more ...
Recent Droughts across Quinte - What can we do ?: This was #2 in our Winter Speaker Series held on Jan 26th, 2021. Mark Boone, Quinte Conservation's Drought Management Project Coordinator, summarized his multi-year research project on DROUGHT ACROSS QUINTE, WHAT IS GOING ON, AND WHAT CAN AND SHOULD more ...
Effective Management of Our Well and Septic System: This was #1 in our Winter Speaker Series Zoom event and was hosted by FSR on Mon, Nov 23rd, 2020. Mark Boone, Senior Hydrogeologist for Quinte Conservation, gave a very informative 30-minute Powerpoint presentation on protecting our family's health more ...
Choices for tree planting programs: Go to this link for a consolidated list of tree planting programs available across our region. The programs are posted under L&A Stewardship News (right side of home page) .... Click Here more ...
How to protect your river or lake's riparian zone: Here is an excellent 2-page document from WATERSHEDS CANADA on the value of protecting and how to protect your lake's or river's RIPARIAN ZONE. Click Here more ...
Constitution & Overview : Links to our Overview and Constitution documents can be found at the bottom of our HOME page.
How to control Springtime flooding: Les Stanfield, a retired Senior Ecologist from MNRF, speaks on how to control Springtime flooding by better managing watershed headwaters. Go to this link for Les' interview by Pamela Stagg, Host of the County Naturally program, on Radio 99.3 County more ...
Want to learn more about blue-green algae ?: Shirley French gives a very good presentation in learning about BGA's (blue-green algae) blooms and issues with nutrient loading on lakes. She shares her interpretation of the data for Colonel By Lake, Dog, and Cranberry Lakes. See her presentation more ...
Briefing Note on Warner Pasture in Yarker: Please refer to the DEVELOPMENT tab on our homepage, and the 2021 Briefing Note on the "River Run Estates" on Colebrook Road in Yarker is found on the DEVELOPMENT DOCUMENTS sub-tab.