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In the summer of 2022, the LCC is partnering with Watershed Canada’s Love Your Lake program, which provides an overall assessment of the general health of the shoreline and offers ideas and advice to interested property owners. In the summer of 2023, we will partner...
Volunteers of the LCC visited the 3 camping islands to prepare the sites for the 2022 season. The condition of the sites was very good. Thank-you campers for following "leave no trace" guidelines in efforts to maintain the pristine nature of these islands.
As we enter our third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have witnessed the power of community and the spirit of cooperation in overcoming obstacles. Indeed, 2021 served as an example of cooperation of supporters of Lake Clear. With this spirit in mind, we wish to share with you some examples of how we can achieve our common goals through cooperation within our community.
The Lake Clear Conservancy (LCC) acquired Lornie Foran Island in 2006. Seagulls breeding on the island went from being a nuisance at that time to being a water quality problem in more recent years, as indicated by higher phosphorus and E.coli levels around the...
Lake Clear has had its first AIS (aquatic invasive species) invasion. We have all seen zebra mussels under rocks in the water and on our docks and boat lifts.
The Lake Clear Conservancy is your community land trust. Together we can preserve, maintain and improve the things we all love and enjoy - crystal clear waters, magnificent views, unspoiled islands and scenic shorelines. Clean water and unspoiled wilderness are rare; Lake Clear is a treasure. The LCC is a means for everyone who values these qualities to work together in a coordinated manner.
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