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Stewardship News

  • Protecting and Re-Naturalizing Our Shorelines • A minimum of 75% of the shoreline of our lakes should be natural or re-naturalized (regenerative) just to maintain water quality and lake health as it is • At less than 75% natural or regenerative, our lakes’ water quality will degrade Natural shorelines do so much for our lakes...

  • Kennisis Lake

    May 10, 2018 – Following the peak in freshet, the inflows to the lakes ceased at a very rapid rate due to higher than normal air temperatures and a dramatic reduction in the forecasted rain. Considering the high uncertainty in the forecast operations are being conducted to reduce the outflows from the lakes. Currently, most lakes...

  • April 28, 2018 – With the recent rain on snow event water levels and flows are rising rapidly in northern areas. Most lakes on the Gull River system remain below average but are rising quickly. Several lakes on the Burnt and Central areas are approaching full or over full conditions. Lake levels are monitored daily...

  • Kennisis Lake Water Levels

    March 27, 2018 – Haliburton’s reservoirs are below average and are levelling off. The present snowpack is 50 percent of the average for this time of year. Due to the reduced snowpack and below normal precipitation in the month of March, ongoing water operations are reducing the outflows from the reservoirs based on the remaining...

  • CEWF Water Management Update – February 21, 2018 The rainfall occurring over past 24+ hours resulted in total precipitation amounts ranging from 25-35 mm. The weather forecast is predicting an additional 5 mm precipitation event on Wednesday with day time temperatures declining and staying below 0°C at night. Additional small amounts of rain and snow are forecasted...

  • CEWF Priorities for 2018 CEWF’s main priority will continue to be advocating for an Integrated Approach to Water Management at the Watershed level. In 2018 this includes: –  The CEWF will continue to work with TSW management and in particular the new water management engineer to build on the excellent water management experience of the...