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Perched on the edge of the Sweetwater Sea in the heart of the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve, the Township of Carling is a rural-recreational municipality committed to preserving, enhancing and promoting sound development in harmony with the natural environment. Carling’s leadership and residents recognize the inter-relationship of ecological, biological, economic and social systems and the importance of minimizing interference with the complex and precarious balance of our ecosystems.
With more than 75 kilometres of shoreline along Georgian Bay, thousands of islands, popular Killbear Provincial Park, 30,000+ acres of Crown Land and many businesses dedicated to supporting recreational tourism, the opportunities for exploration and excitement in Carling are endless in any season. It’s no wonder our residents are so fiercely Carling Proud!
The Township of Carling is a proud supporter of the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve and the important work they undertake on behalf of all who live and play here.
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OLRA is a dedicated group of individuals whose interests are in protecting all the natural attributes of Otter Lake. In 2016, OLRA completed a survey of its members and the top 4 priorities were: lake water quality; ecology of Otter Lake and area; maintaining property values; and safety when boating and swimming.
- Work to promote and preserve water quality and water levels through monitoring and by taking appropriate actions to maintain the ecological integrity of the Otter Lake watershed;
- Inform and educate Otter Lake residents, and where possible, their guests and transient users of the lake, about the ecology of the area and ways to protect and sustain it;
- Advocate on behalf of Otter Lake residents and inform them of issues that concern them. We do this by working with the relevant levels of government and non-government agencies wherever possible to voice the concerns of Otter Lake residents on issues affecting them and the lake environment; and
- Promote a friendly, social and considerate Otter Lake community.