August 9, 2019
The Natural Edge
The Natural Edge shoreline re-naturalization program is now in Muskoka!
Muskoka Watershed Council is excited to offer Watersheds Canada’s popular  The Natural Edge  program in the Muskoka area.
The Natural Edge shoreline re-naturalization program was developed by Watersheds Canada to restore one of the richest environments on earth, shorelines, which provide habitat, including shelter and food, for over 90% of aquatic wildlife.
The Natural Edge program provides you with a Shoreline Re-Naturalization Starter Kit, which includes everything you need to start your re-naturalization project, including:
  • Site visit
  • Customized re-naturalization planting plan for your shoreline property
  • 50 native plants including 35 bare root (small) and 10 potted (large) plants and 5 wildflowers
  • 45 Coconut fibre pads to deter grass from growing around new plantings
  • Tree guards for all deciduous trees
  • Mulch for your wildflowers
  • Plant Care Guide with instructions on how to take care of your new plants
  • Habitat Creation Guide
  • Wildflower Garden Guide

Site visits are free if you are just looking for some advice, or you can get the Shoreline Re-Naturalization Starter Kit for just $250. The plants alone are worth more than this cost!
Learn more about the program and book a site visit at by clicking here . There are only a few Shoreline Re-Naturalization Kits left for 2019, so book your site visit soon!

Reading, interesting links and events

Township of Lake of Bays

Baysville Arts and Crafts Festival

Friends of the Muskoka Watershed

Baysville Horticultural Society, Summer Flower and Photography Show

Lake of Bays Heritage Foundation

Artists of the Limberlost, Summer Studio Tour

Blood Donor Clincs in Huntsville
photo by Don Clarke
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