THE MASSAWIPPI IS JUST OUT!
Everblue Massawippi launched a 2 year national project on June 2, 2017 that will allow Lake Massawippi to become the the Canadian model for boating.
A great acquisition from 4 of the 5 municipalities of the Parc regional Massawippi, the Massawippi beach (formerly plage Servite) is now public.
The blue patrol has been afloat since 2015, travelling from one end of the Massawippi to the other, working hard for the lake and the people. This friendly patrol doesn’t give any infractions, it informs, raises concerns, convinces.
Everblue Massawippi now offers a service of consultation and management of shoreline reconstruction, as well as farm and municipal drains.
What is a watershed?
It is a portion of land that receive all the local precipitation, bringing it to a single area. If you imagine a funnel – the Massawipi watershed is a 609 km2 funnel.
Everblue Massawippi is concerned with lake levels and is in constant contact with the Parc régional Massawippi, which is now responsible for managing the dam.
For more than 25 years, Everblue Massawippi has been involved in scientific expertise a various levels to identify problems and provide solutions.
It is a microorganism in the same category as bacteria. In principle, because it is microscopic, it cannot be seen with the naked eye.
Action is being taken throughout the Lake Massawippi watershed aimed mainly at reducing the sediment load of the Tomifobia River.
Everblue Massawippi has owned two parks since 1996: Lobadanaki Park and Talbot Taylor III Park.