Monday January 27, 2020

Important! Water Level Forecast from the CEWF

The Coalition for Equitable Water Flow (CEWF) has forecasted that drawdown to winter levels continues with many lakes forecast to drop more than 30 cm in the next 2 weeks.  The TSW goal is to have all reservoir lakes to minimum levels by October 15th in order to accommodate the lake trout spawning period.  It is […]

Here’s more information on something we are all passionate about – lake levels

If you missed Bob Hodgins’ excellent presentation at the HHLPOA July AGM, you’re not going to miss out on the important information he gave us about the Trent-Severn Waterway and our lake levels.  He has shared his presentation with us – see below. Bob Hodgins AGM 2017

As you’re opening the cottage, check & report damage due to high water levels to the CEWF

The spring runoff of 2016 resulted in reservoir levels higher than normal on many lakes in the Gull and Southeast reservoir drainage basins.  In most cases, ice was still on the lakes at the time water levels were at their maximum.  This was the result of March rainfall which was more than double the monthly […]

Letter published in the Haliburton County Voice

Originally published in the Haliburton County Voice, November 19, 2009, Page 5 To The Editor, County Voice, Haliburton As Vice-President of Halls Hawk Lakes Property Owners Association (HHLPOA), I am writing in response to your recent articles regarding Roger Young’s comments on Parks Canada’s plans for the TSW. For many decades HHLPOA has voiced concerns with […]