Welcome to the Scugog Lake Stewards

HAVE YOUR SAY!  

The Scugog Lake Stewards would like invite all members of the public to comment on our draft copy of the 2020-2023 Strategic Plan “Enhancing our Lake and Watershed”.  2020-23 Scugog Lake Stewards Strategic Plan Draft   As such, we are accepting comments on the Plan at info@scugoglakestewards.com
An Open House is being planned for February 20, 2020 at Port Perry Marina Restaurant, 215 Water Street, Port Perry from 7 pm to 8 pm to go over the plan and hear your comments. Come, give us your comments on our 3 year plan with us. We look forward to meeting you. 
                                                                                                    Parking available. 

Scugog Lake Stewards Inc. is an incorporated, all volunteer, charitable organization dedicated to the health of Lake Scugog. While we received our charter in 2003, we began our mission in 1999 as the Scugog Shores Millennium Committee. Over the years, we have accomplished many projects and carried out long-standing lake research. We have developed an excellent reputation in the community and established many partnerships. We are fiscally frugal, with only a very small percent of our revenue used for administration. All other donated monies go to either the Lake Scugog Enhancement Project or to Research.

Lake Scugog is under pressure from many directions; time and its history are working against it. There are the pressures of increased population, invasive species and climate change; all of which are big factors for the continued health of our beautiful lake. (For additional information we have many videos posted on YouTube)

A healthy Lake Scugog is pivotal to all of us, our environment and economy. Every one of us can help whether we own lakefront property or not. Some ideas are to:

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