Welcome to the Scugog Lake Stewards

Photo: Rachelle Richard Photography, View Lake.


Scugog Lake Stewards Inc. is an all volunteer group dedicated to sustaining and enhancing the health of Lake Scugog, Ontario and its watershed through the promotion of projects, research, education and community stewardship. It is a charitable organization incorporated in 2003 and audited annually. (Painting, local artist Ron Belton)

NEWS UPDATED TO January 11, 2021

Donor Recognition Program for 2021:  We are very proud to announce that as of this date we have one gold level member business who have donated $500 to the Stewards and four (4) bronze donors each with a donation of $100. Thank you so much.  See page:  https://scugoglakestewards.com/become-a-member-lake-stewards/

November 22, 2020Membership decals: The Scugog Lake Stewards are pleased to announce that we will be issuing membership stickers to all 2021 members effective January 1, 2021.  Register to become a 2021 member, or to renew your membership. https://scugoglakestewards.com/become-a-member-lake-stewards/become-a-member/

Proudly display your membership decal by placing the sticker on your residence, business, vehicle or RV.

September 24, 2020: See: Audited statements for the year ending Dec. 2019 2019 Financial Statements approved Our Annual Report2019 Annual report presented Sept. 24, 2020  The presentation to AGM of results of 3 years of Lake Scugog research by Dr. A. Kirkwood, on YouTube:  https://scugoglakestewards.com/lake-scugog-research/

March, 2020:  OUR STRATEGIC PLAN FOR 2020-2023 see Final Strategic Plan, 2020-2023,

What is happening today on the waters of Lake Scugog?  Click on the image of our 24 hr. webcam at the Port Perry Marina below.  For current weather information click on the Environment Canada link below. 

Live Webcam!
Click to enlarge – Live Webcam!

Our mission is to preserve, protect and enhance Lake Scugog. Our lake, like others, is filling in over time. It is our job to work with partners to ensure the lake remains healthy and attractive for future generations.

Rob Messervey, President