Recent News & Event
Livestock fencing and waterway planting projects
This is a cost-sharing program that can help you make your habitat projects a reality, whether it livestock fencing or a waterway planting, More here...
Stormwater Quality - did you know storm water empties in to local waterways. Untreated
Be a citizen scientist for the Bay of Quinte - volunteer as a Marsh Monitor - families can participate in Frogwatch Ontario and for those that are more adventurous the Marsh Monitoring Program includes birds and frogs. Find out more Here...
Municipal Information - Why is the RAP important to your municipality? ...Find out here
Winter on the Bay - a great winter activity is ice fishing. The Bay of Quinte is a world-class walleye and bass fishery...More Info
BQRAP February 2015 Newsletter This newsletter covers: Be a citizen scientist for the Bay of Quinte, Canada-Ontario Agreement, The Bay Today
What's the phosphorus story with the Bay of Quinte? Find out here..
Septic Systems ... More Info
Blue-Green Algae ... More Info
Algae Watch Program ... Fact Sheet
BQRAP Annual Report 2013
Stage 2 Report and 2012 Science Forum Status Summary
Fish Habitat Management Plan ...Here
Beach reports ... Click Here
Tips for a healthy shoreline
Biodiversity Ontario by the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario More here...
Ontario's Great Lakes Strategy - More here
Bay of Quinte Interpreted 2
How did area artists interpret the12 winning photos from Photo Contest with a Twist 2. Click Here...
Zero P Zero Worries
If you purchase lawn fertilizer this year, choose a bag that is phosphorus-free. That means ZERO is the middle number, i.e.: 10-0-5. More Info HereZebra Mussels
It has been 20 years since the sinister little zebra mussel arrived Read More...Quinte Area Bird Report
The Quinte Area Bird Report is updated weekly. Read more....