The PLTN board remains very concerned with the risk of aquatic invasive species contaminating our lakes. Of the roughly 20 plant species in Quebec considered invasive, the predominant threat is from myriophylle (Eurasian Milfoil) which has already contaminated 46 surrounding lakes in the Laurentians including Supérieur, Mercier, Ouimet, Barkmere, Labelle, Carré.

With no known predators this plant spreads very quickly, absorbing much of the oxygen and over-taking a lake and its biodiversity. Once established it is virtually impossible to eliminate and can only be managed with very costly efforts.

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Support the PLTN project to keep Lac Tremblant free of invasive species, the Roundhouse and Wash station.

Fundraising goal $600k includes all-in capital costs

Successful fundraising means new facilities for 2017

For more information regarding our project, please see our presentation (English / French
or visit Projects Page.

To donate to the project please click the donate button below for more info.


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The next AGM is Saturday July 22 at 10 am, PLTN Marina


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