We've rescheduled our February 2022 ash drive! It was unfortunate that bad weather forced us to cancel our original February Ash Drive date.
CANCELLED – December 18th Ash Drive
Due to the significant concerns about the omicron COVID variant that many are feeling, we have made the unfortunate but wise decision to announce
The results are in …
Recent research co-authored by our Trent University collaborator, Dr. Shaun Watmaugh and led by his M.Sc. student, Holly Deighton**, has definitively
Norm’s Notes: The first evidence is in, wood ash works!
FMW’s approach to protecting Muskoka watersheds is to work with the local and scientific communities to identify, develop and foster solutions to the
Good News! Ash Drives are resuming in August.
It's been a long time since our last ash drive for our ASHMuskoka Program - 6 months, in fact. We are sincerely grateful for your patience during this
Our ASHMuskoka promotional video
During the summer months this year (2019), Ian Black, a Master of Science Communication student from Laurentian University, expertly crafted a video
Friends of the Muskoka Watershed begins calcium restoration field study
In August, Friends of the Muskoka Watershed met with Dr. Shaun Watmough, Professor and Director of the Trent School of the Environment and a leading
Want to Save Your Ash?
ASHMuskoka is a 3-year project which will require approximately 100 Tonnes of wood ash in order to achieve our goals. That's a lot of ash! How can