Blue-green algae, climate change and what it means to Almaguin

On June 8th, The Eagle Lake Conservation Association (ELCA), ┬ápartnered with the Machar Township to hold a workshop on blue-green algae. Please read the NorthBayNippsing.com’s article that provides highlights from the workshop, and recommendations on what each of us can do to help prevent blue-green algae on Eagle Lake.

Click here: Blue-green algae, climate change and what it means to Almaguin

Mike-Mitchell

Michael Mitchell, President, Eagle Lake Conservation Association

April 2019 Newsletter is now live!

After a very long winter, Spring is finally here. We are beginning to see a wide variety of birds return to the lake and the snow and ice is almost gone. Welcome to Spring all of our Eagle Lake Friends!

Be sure to explore the latest edition of Eagle Eye. In this edition you’ll read about:

  • An update on our 2018 Invasive Phragmites Program
  • The 2018 Water Clarity, Total Phosphorus and Calcium Results
  • An update on Blue-Green Algae for Eagle Lake
  • Upcoming Workshop on Blue-Green Algae, to be held on June 8th in South River
  • Details on our Annual General Meeting to be held on July 20th
  • Information on our first ever Eagle Lake Cottage Comfort Food Cookbook
  • Group Insurance Offering
  • Ways you can support our local businesses

Happy Spring to all and remember to take the time to renew your membership for the 2019 season!