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Information about your watershed

Details about forests, wetlands, water quality, and water quantity, including watershed grades.

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Shoreline protection

Adding native plants with deep roots have many benefits, such as reducing erosion, providing wildlife habitat, and contributing to water quality.

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water quality sampling

Lake Management Planning

Science-based plans for protecting lakes and watersheds are taking place across the Kawarthas.

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The Nogies Creek watershed, stretching from Bass Lake to Pigeon Lake, and to north Pigeon Lake encompassing Big (Boyd/Chiminis) Island, is a significant natural area boasting interesting natural features, and unique geology, physiography, fisheries and wildlife.

As a result of a partnership between Kawartha Conservation, and a number of local agencies, associations, residents, Fleming College, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, the Municipality of Trent Lakes, Trent University, and the Kawartha Land Trust, a concept has been developed for the area to create the ‘Nogies Creek Waterway’. The concept positions the Waterway to be profiled and utilized as a destination for recreational, cultural, educational, and scientific activities.

A Profile Plan is being developed for the area, and is anticipated to include a canoe route, self-guided nature trails for hiking, opportunities for scientific study, an existing fish sanctuary and opportunities for fisheries research, as well as a recreational linkage with Big (Boyd/Chiminis) Island on north Pigeon Lake.

The implementation of the Waterway will respect landowner rights, privacy, and interests while at the same time encouraging increased tourism and use of the Area.

Waterway Concept Project Area

NC POI Crown Large Revised

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