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Marsh Marigold: Photo by Wendy Hampson

LKO Conservation Award


The LKO Conservation Award Committee is pleased to announce the winning entry of the inaugural 2019 Conservation Award is the Silver Beach Stewardship Committee from Silver Beach Condominiums.

Their project consisted of how they created and instituted a 5-year plan to rehabilitate in an environmentally responsible manner the common ground areas left after construction, the lake shoreline and the pond and to reintroduce native plants, shrubs and trees.

They began by engaging the expertise of the Haliburton County Master Gardeners to help identify areas suitable in the common areas for gardens and plantings of native trees and plants. Three Hugel beds were then created for residents to dump compostable material to be used in the future gardens. Following this, to reduce the number of common grassy areas, 3 flower beds were created to be planted this summer with pollinator friendly plants. Areas that were not suitable for gardens were identified for planting edible plants such as raspberry and blueberry and native species such as milkweed and sumac.

Future plans consist of vegetable gardens and more plantings.

Click here for more information and nominate someone today!



The Lake Kashagawigamog Organization (LKO) presents

‘Love Your Lake’ Spring Seminar Series #3

Protecting our Lakes Forever:
Moving from Rehabilitation to Protection during a Time of Climate Change

on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 7:30 PM via Zoom

Thank you Dr Norman Yan for your very informative

presentation about how to protect our lakes forever.

And thank you to all who attended this Zoom seminar


‘Love Your Lake’ Spring Seminar Series #2


on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 7:30 PM via Zoom

Thank you Rebecca Osborne for your very informative

presentation about the environmental threats to our lake and forest creatures.

And thank you to all who attended this Zoom seminar.


 ‘Love Your Lake’ Spring Seminar Series #1

Shoreline Preservation: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at 7:30 PM via Zoom


Thank you Terry Moore for your very informative

presentation about Shoreline Preservation.

And thank you to all who attended this Zoom seminar. 


The Lake Kashagawigamog Organization is a volunteer-based community organization. The LKO reflects the many common interests of all lake stakeholders including cottagers, residents and businesses within Lake Kashagawigamog’s substantial watershed area.

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Sailors with all types of sailboats and skill levels are welcome to join in the bi-weekly Saturday afternoon races and partake in the social gatherings which follow. Races start at 1:30pm just north of Puffer Island on the main body of the lake. Come join us on the water!

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