Minesing Reeds – Summer 2014

The Friends of Minesing Wetlands have had a busy start to year and we have captured some of this work in the Summer 2014 Minesing Reeds newsletter.

Enjoy stories from the Minesing Wetlands including Dave Featherstone relaying results from the Marsh Monitoring Program and scouting the Mad River canoe route!

You will read about how the Friends of Minesing participated in several community events this year including the Water Walker Festival, MEC Paddlefest and the Celebration of Rural Living with Margaret Atwood.

We also show our support for the Nine Mile Portage trail and efforts to improve it’s accessibility.¬† The Nine Mile Portage is an historic route used by First Nations and early Canadians that connects Lake Simcoe to the Minesing Wetlands.

Please enjoy the Summer 2014 edition of the Minesing Reeds!

Minesing Reeds – Summer 2014

Minesing Reeds – Winter 2014

The Friends of Minesing Wetlands have published their Winter 2014 edition of the Minesing Reeds.

Featured articles include:

  • A Forestry Adventure on the Nottawasaga River
  • Recap of FOWM 2013 AGM and “Funspeil”
  • Forest Change in the Minesing Wetlands
  • Two Men, Two Kayaks and a Minesing Story

For past editions see the Minesing Reeds Newsletters tab