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Now that the ice is off the lake it is that time of year where geese are looking to nest. As in previous years we need to do everything possible to keep the geese from overrunning our lake like they do with other nearby waterbodies like Columbia Lake or Silver Lake. With the water quality […]
one of several teams of researchers we currently have here at Sunfish Lake has just released an excellent video of the work that they have been doing with drones (and in the future satellites) at our lake. Check out Dr. Claude Duguay’s video here. Some of our water researchers have also created an online website […]
In addition to our water monitoring and water/tributary research teams we have had several other groups doing research on Sunfish Lake this summer.
We received news this week that despite considerable effort pulling together a 40+ page proposal for rehabilitation and research, our funding application to the Environment Canada Community Project Fund has been turned down. Only 13 of 82 applications were funded so it was a very competitive process though we hope to learn more in the […]
As part of our ongoing water research throughout the Sunfish Lake watershed to try to determine where our excess nutrient levels (phosphorus and nitrates) are coming from, we are again going to be testing soil samples – in particular testing each septic leaching bed like we did last year. We are hoping for improved accuracy […]
It has been a busy summer for our water monitoring and water research teams. Once again kudo’s to Nancy, Rob, Bob, Jill, Patricia, and everyone else helping with our volunteer efforts. A great many hours have been spent out gathering water samples from our tributaries, lake surface locations, lake depths, and outlet streams then analyzing […]
Welcome Mr. Jesse Kraft! After more than a decade of mediocre service, our previous mailman has been fired and one of the favourite mail carriers in all of Waterloo Region has been assigned to our rural route. You should notice an immediate improvement with fewer errors and more timely mail delivery. For those at the […]
A reminder that fishing season opens this year on Saturday, June 23rd. We ask that everyone follow the provincial laws and hold off on any fishing until then as we need to ensure that the Bass are done spawning and nesting prior to any fishing. Please also remember that all fishing once fishing season opens […]