Muskoka Region News

“If you’re harvesting from your area, the local ingredients are made up with similar water as your body. And like anything local, it’s just better chemistry.”

Muskoka Trails Council

Hunter’s Bay Trail, Huntsville.

“The fact that the trail meanders through a significant length of the Riparian Zone of Fairy Lake allows us to wander about the richest biodiversity area in town. Pedestrians can mingle with the array of wildlife that uses this ribbon of life for food, shelter, breeding – and for water, of course.”

Muskoka Watershed Council Shoreline Plantings ‘Restore Your Muskoka Shore’

Two shorelines on Muldrew Lake received a biodiversity booster consisting of 100 trees, shrubs, and wildflowers as part of the Restore Your Muskoka Shore initiative. Two of ten shoreline planting project essay requests were awarded to private landowners on Muldrew Lake and were planted with stock from Botanigals native plant nursery.

Woodland Adventures and Botanical Exploration

Look for Botanigal Educational hikes and native plants in collaboration with environmental organizations within Muskoka and Haliburton.

Lake of Bays Heritage Foundation Winter Tree ID
Hike Haliburton’s Bedrock Botanicals Frost Centre hike concludes with a Wild Tea Taste Test.

Elvin Johnson Park Biodiversity Belt

Dwight Beach Biodiversity Project

With teamwork and careful consideration, it can be done!

South Portage Shoreline Garden

TD Tree Days Minden Riverwalk