We are a group of concerned residents (full time and seasonal) with an enduring interest in Sharbot Lake, the lake area we inhabit. Our goal is to ensure that the area continues to be as beautiful and unspoiled as possible. Eastern Ontario is one of the most picturesque and beautiful areas in Ontario; a vacation paradise. We want to keep it beautiful for generations to come.

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P.O. Box 333 Sharbot Lake, Ontario K0H 2P0

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Here's a great way you can have a positive impact on the health of our lake.

Ken Waller
President SLPOADid you know that Watersheds Canada is offering Shoreline Re-Naturalization Kits in the Mississippi and Cataraqui watersheds (Ontario)?

Each year, Watersheds Canada encourages property owners to take advantage of the Natural Edge program, which provides helpful solutions to protect their shorelines.

When you purchase a starter kit, you get the benefit of our staff’s expertise helping you along the way as well as 50 carefully selected native plants and all the materials and resources needed to complete your own shoreline naturalization project.

Site visits are free within our delivery region and kits cost a one-time fee. For more information, visit naturaledge.watersheds.ca/ or email naturaledge@watersheds.ca

Thank you to the Great Lakes Local Action Fund for funding this restoration project.
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Heres a great way you can have a positive impact on the health of our lake.

Ken Waller
President SLPOA

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Thank you for sharing, Ken! We appreciate the SLPOA's ongoing support 🙂

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