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Bees & Pollinators at Marsh's Falls

9 a.m.

Join botanist and ecologist, Rebecca Krawcyck for a walk through the woods and learn about local pollinators, such as bees and other insects. Rebecca will talk about how pollinators work and their importance to plants, people and many creatures around Lake of Bays. Bring binoculars and a camera to help you spot and identify species. It’s also a great opportunity to see birds, plants, animal tracks and other interesting aspects of the property.

Our Results
  • Acquired over 50 per cent of the Lower Oxtongue River for permanent protection, including 6.5 km of shoreline.
  • Preserved one mile of natural shoreline and 47-acres of forest at Port Cunnington.
  • Partnered with the Ontario Heritage Trust to be the steward of the 100-acre Pyke property near Brown's Brae.
  • Recognized more than 30 building owners with plaques for heritage property protection.
  • Encouraged the Township to create a Heritage Committee of Council to encourage protection.
  • Rescued the Bigwin ferry from a sunken mooring in 1991 and conducted feasibility studies to transfer to the current Navigation Society for restoration.
  • Established the Harriet T. Weaver Memorial Trust which funds two bursaries each year to assist one student from each of Bracebridge and Huntsville high schools to help pay for their first year of university or college.
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Contact Us

Lake of Bays Heritage Foundation
P.O. Box 81
Baysville, Ontario
P0B 1A0