Pristine Waters



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Wash your boat &
watch your wake



Your boat disturbs the lake, our loons and your neighbors.

Keep your speed at 10 km/h within 30 meters of the shore

Waterskiing and wakeboarding should be done at least 50 meters from the shore
and in no less than 3 meters (10 feet) depth water.

How we are
protecting our water



We are part of the RSVL

(Reseau de Surveillance Volontaire des Lacs), a partnership comprised of the government of Quebec, Municipalities, Universities and Lake Associations who are all dedicated to monitor the state and evolution of aquatic environments.

Water Quality

Water Lever

We perform numerous tests including:

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Water transparency
(10 samples a year)

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Phosphorus
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Chlorophyla
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Dissolved organic carbon
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Major Cations
(calcium, magnesium, potassium, conductivity, PH)

Water-milfoil and other invasive species

Report on Water-milfoil

Water-milfoil zone

Invasive species identification table

Buoys



Be aware of the following marker buoys while boating on the lake

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Danger
rocks immediately below

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Avoid
Eurasia milfoil marker
The yellow buoys on our lake are an ongoing initiative by the “Friends of Lac Pemichangan” lac association implemented to minimize the spread of invasive milfoil weeds.
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If there is an area of milfoil weeds near your cottage and you would like to participate in this program

The yellow buoys



When you see a YELLOW BUOY:
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Minimize activity in weed bed area identified by yellow buoys.
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In shoreline weed beds, never drive your boat between the shoreline and the weed bed.
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Even a paddle can cut a milfoil weed and send it floating to another area of the lake where it can spread.

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