Posted on Monday, November 21, 2022 09:32 AM
NOVEMBER 21, 2022 – Kawartha Conservation’s 2023 Tree Seedling Sale is now open, offering a wide selection of low-cost evergreen and deciduous trees, as well as shrubs and several advancing species to landowners throughout the Kawartha Conservation watershed, including portions of the Kawartha Lakes, Trent Lakes, Brock and Scugog Townships, Clarington, and Cavan-Monaghan.
With 20,000 seedlings and a variety of new species available for purchase, this year’s sale is a fantastic opportunity for landowners...
Posted on Thursday, November 17, 2022 10:22 AM
November 17, 2022 – Kawartha Conservation’s Christmas at Ken Reid returns on Saturday, December 3 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with all of the free family events and activities visitors to the conservation area have come to enjoy as a kick-off to the holiday season.
“We are so thrilled to be able to hold Christmas at Ken Reid in person again, after a two-year absence,” said Kristie Virgoe, Director of Stewardship and Conservation Lands. “Our staff always look forward to this event; there...
Posted on Thursday, November 03, 2022 02:17 PM
November 3, 2022 – Four opportunities remain for farmers and farm property owners in the Talbot River subwatershed to complete fully funded projects, up to $12,000 each, leading to an improvement between the land and rivers or streams on their property.
The Talbot River subwatershed is a large area situated mostly within Ward 1 in Kawartha Lakes. Kirkfield makes up the middle of the subwatershed, with areas to the north and east of Bolsover, east of the Cardon Alvar Provincial Park, south of Head...
Posted on Thursday, November 03, 2022 09:30 AM
NOVEMBER 3, 2022 – Visitors to Ken Reid Conservation Area can now read ‘Not a Stick’, the newly featured story along the Story Walk Trail, for the entire month of November.
Written by Antoinette Portis, ‘Not a Stick’ is a fun and easy-to-read story that uses the power of imagination and creativity to take readers to new worlds. To most people, a stick laying on the ground is nothing more than a piece of wood, but with a little bit of creativity, it could be so much more. A stick could be a paintbrush...