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2017 OLRA membership form

Date Posted: July 12, 2017

Thanks for your support! It helps us launch projects like our 2017 water testing initiative, build new Loon platforms, hold the annual OLRA BBQ and produce our newsletters.

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2017 OLRA Annual BBQ plus Art and Craft Show

Date Posted: July 9, 2017

Come socialize with your neighbours, enjoy seeing and hearing (mostly) Otter Lake artists, learn about OLRA as well as enjoying a chicken and pork tenderloin BBQ at the Grand Tappattoo Resort. Aug. 12th from 5-8pm. Tickets only $10 for OLRA members until July 31st. Contact Brad Chittick and Daryle Moffatt for tickets (see poster). See you there!

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Photo Contest - at the Annual BBQ Aug. 12th

Date Posted: July 9, 2017

Enter your best pics of our beautiful area to win! Please send photos to Sharon Link at sharonr.link@gmail.com by July 30th to enter. Looking forward to seeing your entries!

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Phrag Busters Workshop

Date Posted: July 7, 2017

Phrag Busters workshop - Nobel Beach on July 25th from 5 to 7 pm. You will learn how to identify invasive phragmites vs native phragmites, why it is important to remove it, and the best non-chemical methods for dealing with this invasive plant. See the attached poster with details. Come dressed ready to take action as a relatively small patch will be removed from the beach area.

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Have you noticed your property shrinking lately?

Date Posted: July 4, 2017

So have these Seagulls.

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2017 Water Testing Initiative on Otter Lake - Progress Report

Date Posted: July 3, 2017

Check out the photos and update.

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Little Otter Lake Loon Family - July 2nd

Date Posted: July 3, 2017

Check out this newest photo by Marilyn Campbell of the 6 day old Loon chicks.

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MNRF - Tiny Jelly Fish Found in Muskoka Lakes

Date Posted: July 3, 2017

Here is another reason why cleaning your boat before moving it from lake to lake is really important. According to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF), freshwater jellyfish have been reported in Lake Muskoka and Kahshe Lake (Kilworthy), as well as confirmed sightings in Prospect Lake (Uffington/Vankoughnet), Bala Bay, Otter Lake (Dorset), Pickerel Lake (Burk’s Falls), Restoule Lake, and Doe Lake (Sprucedale). Anyone who sees a freshwater jellyfish in Ontario can report the suspected sighting through EDDMapS Ontario at eddmaps.org/ontario/report/, by downloading the EDDMapS app on your iPhone or Android device, or by calling the Invading Species Hotline at 1-800-563-7711.

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