A fabulous job completed by Lakeview students, two youth ranger groups and Manitoulin Streams. Large and mid size boulders, spawning gravel and garbage removal was completed the week of Aug 18, 2014.
All work was done by hand and not with the complete cooperation of the weather, but a job well done! This Community now awaits the fall salmon spawning in this rehabilitated habitat. A big thanks to Bob Florean for all his help with this project!
A small project to open up an inlet to allow spawning and habitat. Completed August 2014, random boulders, spawning gravel and structures in place to scour and protect the area from washing out.
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Site MIN 678 was 210 ft long x 28 ft high. Over the years with more storm events it was eroding away the shoreline banks with the sand covering prime spawning habitat for migrating salmonids. A now completed project, this … Continue reading
Lake Manitou Area Association held it’s annual members meeting on Saturday July 12, 2014. Manitoulin Streams was present to educate on invasive species and stream rehabilitation work completed in the area. Calvin Crispo, Susanne Meert and Eric LaBelle from Manitoulin Streams were welcomed whole heartedly by the group. An information night has now been set for the Streams team to attend next month.
Community Stewardship Liaison, Calvin Crispo is back on Manitoulin Island for the 2014 summer! After a successful 2013 summer, Calvin will be travelling across Manitoulin with Invasive Species Liaison, Eric Labelle. The pair look to inform as many people as possible about invading species. If you have any concern about invading species or would like to book a presentation please call Manitoulin Streams! (705) 859-1653
Canada Day festivities were a hit in Providence Bay this year. With the rebirth of the Discovery Centre and beach festivities going on for the kids, this day was sure to be earmarked as one of the highlights of the year.
Manitoulin Streams was honored to be present to accompany the stream table display and educate on stream rehabilitation and awareness.
Manitoulin Tourism Association (MTA) summer student training session to educate summer students about Manitoulin Streams and the Manitoulin Area Stewardship Council (MASC).
This will allow them to promote our organizations to locals and tourists providing information about the organizations, opportunities for stream side tours, and how to become involved with volunteer stewardship activities
Lakeview School Grade 8 class receiving the results of the electrofishing and invertebrate sampling conducted on M’Chigeeng Creek in the fall of 2013 by College Boreal students. Looking forward to working with them on some stream restoration work this summer when they go back to school in August.
Manitoulin Streams and Manitoulin Area Stewardship Council (MASC) would like to welcome Eric Labelle to our team this summer as our OFAH Invasive Species Liaison. Eric can be contacted at (705) 859-1653 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to report invasive species on Manitoulin Island this summer.