Welcome to our website!

      Upcoming on April 6 at McMartin House is a free event “Pollinators, People and Pesticides ” with two experts as presenters.  On April 8 at Maberly Community Hall is the Tay Valley Community Choir’s  concert, ” Something to Sing About”.  Also at Maberly Hall –  25th Annual Pancake Brunch on April 15.     For details of all see the calendar.

Imminent ones are listed at the bottom of this page and the entire Calendar can be seen by clicking on the button there or by going directly to the page on the sidebar. If you know of an event that you would like posted, please contact webmaster

Spraying update

At the Lanark County Public Works meeting on Wednesday, March 22, the staff presented a proposal for extending the Adopt -a -Road program to include modifications for weed control.  By adopting a section of a highway,citizens will avoid having spraying on the those roadsides.  It was approved and a By-Law will be drafted.  To access the minutes of the meeting click. Included there are the details of the modified program and an informative  power point presentation on the effects of spraying. The community response to the petitions against spraying has been great –  a total of 895 signatures on both petitions in less than 3 weeks.

 2016 water quality results (data and some comments on them) from the samplings on our lakes conducted by RVCA, are to be found in the Lake Steward Notes by clicking that “button” on the sidebar.

A new page on the sidebar has been established: Lake Networking Group The notes from the September meeting attended by our Vice-President are posted. Many of us have questions regarding the role of OPP and this meeting addressed many topics of interest and concern to residents and cottagers.

Ticks & Lyme Disease – answering many questions.    For information from the Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit press the At The Lake tab across the top  and then Tips section on the drop- down menu.  What to wear; how to protect yourself and family; how to recognize ticks and what to do if you find a tick are answered.

 Algae-Too Much of a Good thing?  Three suggestions to keep in mind are Good Septic System Maintenance; Increase Plant cover; Reduce Run-off . The Release issue by RVCA on this topic can be found in the Notices from other Groups. It also refers to their Algae & Aquatic Plant Educational Manual.  It is most informative and can be accessed by a link in the Lake Steward Notes  posted together with other material on this topic or by clicking Algae.

Details of the RVCA Shoreline Naturalization Program can be found on their website by clicking on shoreline or by contacting Meaghan.mcdonald@rvca.ca. 

Request to Property Owners

 Do you have suggestions for this site, information to share or items for sale?  If so, do please send to webmaster. Help keep the Calendar and Classified sections active and the website accurate!