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JUNE 22, 2010

Volunteer for canoe-route maintenance

Friends of Temagami is helping with maintenance of portages and campsites this summer and put out a call for volunteers.

"If you are interested in doing portage clearing and campsite cleaning on your next trip, we want to hear from you," says organizer Bob Olajos.

The group is partnered with MNR and Ontario Parks through the Temagami Crown Land Backcountry Maintenance Partnership.

The Partnership provides liability and accident insurance and permits. The flexible program allows volunteers to set their own schedule.

"Some groups may want to do just a little cleanup as they travel a well-used route," says Olajos, "while others many want to do more involved work on a less-travelled route."

FOT hopes to have the first volunteers out in early July.

To get involved or for more information, contact Bob Olajos at friendsoftemagami@gmail.com or call 705-499-0692.

  EXTERNAL WEBSITE:   Friends of Temagami

 

Photo: overdue migration by 50 Canada geese. They announced their landing with plenty of honking. After an hour's rest at Keewaydin Camp, Lake Temagami the headed north.

These 50 Canada geese announced their landing with plenty of honking. After an hour's rest at Keewaydin Camp, Lake Temagami, they continued their overdue migration. What held them up? Will they have time to nest this season?



JUNE 10, 2010

Interactive map adds Wanapitei crossover

Ottertooth's interactive mapping of Temagami expands with the addition of the ancient canoe-route crossover between the Wanapitei and Sturgeon rivers.

These linked maps, which cover all of Chiniguchi, the upper Sturgeon River, Solace and upper Yorston areas, now include 15 sheets.

They are dynamic as they are updated with new information.

  MAP:   Stewart crossover

JUNE 7, 2010

Fire ban lifted

Today MNR lifted the prohibition on open fires in Temagami and Sudbury districts. The hazard warning was lowered to moderate after rain over the weekend and a drop in temperatures.

This ban cancellation only applies to Crown and provincial park lands. Municipalities may maintain their own bans, which only apply to private land.

  EXTERNAL WEBSITE:   MNR's fire hazard map

JUNE 4, 2010

Northern Temagami out of fire ban area

Today MNR lifted the prohibition on open fires in most of Northeastern Ontario, but left most of Temagami under the ban. South of Lady Evelyn Lake continues under the fire restriction order.

Rain and lower temperatures to the north reduced the fire hazard there.

  EXTERNAL WEBSITE:   MNR's map of restricted fire zone

JUNE 2, 2010

Ishpatina out in the cold for 70 years

For 70 years Ishpatina was invisible, while another peak got the crown as the highest point in Ontario. Then when the province discovered the truth, it couldn't manage to label the right peak. And no one knew. FULL STORY

 

 

 
 

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