Friday, May 12, 2017
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Port Carling Community Centre
3 Bailey Street, Port Carling
Brought to you by…
2017 Theme: 50 Shades of Green
All of our lakes naturally contain algae. Without algae, lakes would be essentially dead, unable to sustain fish and other creatures. Different species of algae become abundant at different times of the year, and if conditions are ideal, they can form a bloom.
Participants at the conference learned why algae are important, how algae in Muskoka’s lakes are changing, as well as what they can do to help protect Muskoka’s lakes from nuisance algal blooms.
The 2017 Muskoka Stewardship Conference was possible because of the support provided by a number of organizations, including the Lake of Bays Association (Keynote Sponsor) and the Township of Muskoka Lakes (Facility Sponsor). Learn more about all of the 2017 sponsors and supporters.
View the presentations given by the excellent lineup of speakers at the 2017 Muskoka Stewardship Conference, including the keynote speaker, Dr. Charles Trick, the Beryl Ivey Chair in Ecosystem Health at the University of Western Ontario.
muskokaregion.com – Leading expert calls for change in dealing with blue-green algae in Muskoka
Cogeco Community Television will also air individual presentations from the 2017 Muskoka Stewardship Conference in the future. Keep an eye on the listings to find out when!