Little Trout Bay Conservation Area is the LRCA’s second boat access to Lake Superior. The area offers a great trail, amazing views, a pavilion with picnic tables and interpretive panels, and a quiet reprieve from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. another popular activity is fishing for salmon, pickerel, whitefish, rainbow trout and lake trout.
- conservation education programs in local natural areas
- hands-on resource management opportunities (e.g. purple loosestrife control)
- opportunities for stakeholder involvement in local environmental issues (e.g. subwatershed studies, public open houses/workshops)
- curriculum support material (e.g. Hazelwood Lake Study Kits, Wetland Education Kits)
- Conservation Library at Authority office (films, videos, books, education kits)
- tours and field days to demonstrate conservation practices (e.g. constructed wetlands, tree planting with schools)
- workshops, conferences, presentations
- interpretive displays at many Conservation Areas including Cascades, Mission Island Marsh and Silver Harbour.
- www.lakeheadca.com is Lakehead Conservation’s extensive website; it includes information about our programs and services plus maps, photos and directions for our Conservation Areas
- Since 2006 the Authority has helped to educate Grade 3 and 4 students about the importance of water conservation through the Lakehead Children’s Water Festival.