The MLA Water Quality Report presents data collected at 190 locations during the summer of 2016 and compares it to data collected from 2002 to 2015.
What has The MLA Water Level Task Force (WLTF) been up to since the flood and ice of April 2016?
The WLTF has embarked on a number of different Initiatives in the last 6 months.
Keep up to date on important municipal and District happenings with our monthly report.
We did again! Another fantastic food drive this year, and more than 1000 lb of food and $200 collected to support the Salvation Army Food Bank in Gravenhurst.
If you couldn't make it to the Community Centre in Port Carling, we still have information for you!
For the fourth year in a row, the MLA encourages you to donate your non-perishable food items at the end of the season, rather than hauling them home when you close the cottage.
Listen to Lisa Noonan, General Manager, on Hunters Bay Radio during an interview on July 20, 2016.
Whenever we head out onto the lake, we marvel at all the different flags people proudly fly on their flagpoles whether they be on docks, boathouses or decks. So many different designs, family crests and fun flags that have been waving in the warm summer winds of Muskoka for years.
We’re focusing on getting solid data so we can effectively present to our political leaders – not to mention the MNRF.
Your Muskoka Lakes Association needs your help! Change in how our water levels are managed is CRITICAL!