2018 What's New
- A Busy Summer preparing for a Zebra Mussel Infestation
July 6, 2018
The South West Informational Meeting on Zebra Mussels was held in Elbow on Lake Diefenbaker on Saturday April 21st. A dedicated group of 62 participants from 20 communities on and around Lake Diefenbaker gathered to learn about mussels and to conclude with the formation of a committee which has since been implementing a made-at-home initiative to prevent an infestation in their lake.
The South East Informational Meeting was held in Fort Qu'Appelle on Saturday June 16th. Attendees from the communities on the Qu'Appelle Lakes and neighbouring communities followed the presentation with a discussion about on their vulnerability to infestation from boats arriving on the Trans-Canada from points east in Canada and from the south-east in North Dakota.
The North West Informational Meeting was held in the RV of Aquadeo on Jackfish Lake on Saturday June 23rd. Attendees came from from the OH of Indian Point Golden Sands, the OH of Turtle Lake Lodge and the Hamlet of Sunset View Beachon Turtle Lake, the OH of Mowry Beach on Brightsand Lake, the Resort Villages of Aquadeo and Cochin, the OH of Lakeview on Jackfish Lake, the Turtle Lake Watershed Association, and from the RV of Greig Lake. Participants analyzed their vulnerability to infestation carried on boats from the south on highway #4 and from the east on highway #3.
The North East Informational Meeting is planned for Sunday, August 12 in Candle Lake. Reminder to folks with cottages on Emma, Anglin, Christopher, and McPhee Lakes, plus the folks with cottages on Tobin, Wakaw, and Fishing Lakes – plus cottage communities on Greenwater Lake, Good Spirit Lake, Crystal Lake, Elbow Lake, or Little Swan Lake: THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN WHAT YOU MIGHT DO TO PROTECT YOUR LAKE FROM AN INFESTATION OF ZEBRA MUSSELS