Upcoming Events

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Wetlands in Watersheds

Monday, June 8th at 8pm

RSVP to ahmic18@yahoo.ca to get the Zoom link!

Monarch Presentation

Date and location TBD

More details to come!

Go Team
Old Man's Creek Trail Days

Sunday, July 12th and Saturday, July 25th time TBD

More details to come!

Go Team
Annual General Meeting

Saturday, July 25th, 2020 from 10-11am

All are welcome to attend our annual general meeting at the Ahmic Lake Golf Club.

Go Team
Watershed 101 Presentation

Wednesday, July 29th, 2020 time TBD

More details to come!

Annual Celebration

Sunday, August 2nd, 2020 from 5-7pm

Come one, come all to MWLT's Annual Celebration being held.  More details to come!


Photo Contest 2019 Winners

Thank you to all of our incredible contest entries in our 4th annual photo contest. Below are the winners!

Gay Legg "Wildflowers"
Thomas Muir "12 and Under"
Cynda Fleming "Sunrise/Sunset"
Cathy Gauthier "Water: Above, Below, or In Between"
Kristin Currie "Fun in the Sun"
Cathy Gauthier "In the Forest"

MWLT in the News

Wetlands in Watersheds
Great North Arrow Article 2020
Spring Melt
Great North Arrow Article 2020
Road Salt
Almaguin News Article 2020
Invasive Plants
Great North Arrow Article 2019
Old Man's Creek Trail 
Almaguin News Article 2019
Great North Arrow Article 2019 
Tally Our Turtles
Great North Arrow Article 2019 
Project FeederWatch
Almaguin News Article 2019 
Dragonflies & Damselflies Almaguin News Article 2018
Almaguin News Article 2018
Almaguin News Article 2018
Almaguin News Article 2018
About Land Trusts Podcast
with M. Peppard & V. Fieldwebster
OMCR Open for Hiking
Almaguin News Article 2014
As Mother Nature Intended
Almaguin News Article 2013
Magnetawan Watershed Land Trust received the 2016 Ontario Land Trust Alliance’s Land Trust Achievement Award!  This award recognizes the land trust for outstanding achievements in fulfilling their mission from a conservation and community outreach perspective.
In July 2015 lyme disease researchers, Katie Clow, Jocelyn Pitcher, and Lorene Jeantet conducted an active tick surveillance on the Old Man’s Creek Reserve.  The study found no black-legged ticks, and concluded that the risk of lyme disease in this area is low.
Lions Club President, Gary Johnston left, presents a cheque for $1500.00 to Barry Graham, President of the Magnetawan Watershed Land Trust, to help with the restoration of the Old Man’s Creek Trail. July 7, 2015.
Dexter Coolidge wins the OLTA Visionary Award in October, 2013.