Here was the challenge. We needed to move approximately 2.5 tonnes of blended, raw wood ash from our storage site at the Rosewarne transfer station
Truth be told, neither have we. But we are desperately looking for one. And maybe you have seen it. Do you know of one that is available? You
Recently, Water Canada, a magazine that is well respected for their content about Canada’s most important natural resource, published an article about
Friends of the Muskoka Watershed is extremely pleased to announce that Neil Hutchinson has joined our Board of Directors. Neil brings a broad
Friends of the Muskoka Watershed is pleased to announce that Brian McElwain has joined the Board of Directors. Brian is from Toronto and has a B.A.
$733,000 applied research program will use woodstove ash to help heal Muskoka’s damaged forests and waterways BRACEBRIDGE – The ash from Muskoka’s
FMW response to the request for input to the Town of Bracebridge’s Community-Based Strategic Plan review
As many of you in Bracebridge may know, the Town has officially launched the review of the Town’s Community-Based Strategic Plan that will guide the