Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Last week, Liann Bobechko, author of Cottage Life's "Cottage Kids" blog wrote about how much she is loving the book "The Practical Naturalist". Read her entry here.
The more we understand about the natural systems where we live, the better actions we can take to protect and conserve Muskoka's resources.
One of the reasons the stewardship program exists is to encourage good stewardship of Muskoka's private lands. Above, landowners from the program receive their gatepost sign this summer.
But what is stewardship?
Stewardship means taking good care of our land and water. It requires sound planning and informed choices based on good information.
Take some time this winter to do some planning over the coming months so that come spring you are ready to take action on your land, shoreline, and garden. More on this topic in a upcoming post...stay tuned!
Posted by Muskoka Stewardship at 10:20 AM