HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

Established in June of 1982 by a group of cottagers under the name of “Association des propriétaires du lac des Trente-et-Un Milles (côté nord)”, the Association changed its status in 2004 to include all of Thirty-One Mile Lake. The Association’s first administrators were Gérard Desjardins, Jean Pallascio and Ginette Séguin. The corporation set as its mandate to :

1.    promote the cleanliness of the environment in the area of Thirty-one Mile Lake;

2.    conserve both the flora and fauna in the area of Thirty-one Mile Lake;

3.    take in hand the conservation of the environment in the area of Thirty-one Mile Lake.

Throughout the years, the association has 125 members which are almost résidents of the Lake.  Continuing with its mandate, the Association for the Owners of Thirty-One Mile Lake, later becoming the Association for the Protection of Thirty-One Mile Lake as of November 2009, the Association continues to actively work for the protection for the lake’s environment by participating in various projects such as; placing buoys to show where myriophylle is located, giving workshops to help people with their plans to revitalize their shorelines, distributing information concerning good cottage practices, and informing the various levels of government on its plans to help protect the watershed. The Association has also been involved in the “Réseau  de surveillance volontaire des lacs de villégiature” of the Ministère du Développement durable, Environnement et Lutte aux changements climatiques in 2009. This program allows us to analyze the quality of the water of the lake and to take appropriate measures to protect it. As a member of SAGE (Société d’aménagement et de gestion de l’environnement du bassin versant du lac des Trente-et-Un Milles), the Association took part in the writing of the rules and regulations concerning camping in the wild on the islands of the lake and to move forward in the protection of the smaller islands on the lake which can’t support the impact of any form of camping. The association works closely with the Coalition for water protection of the Vallée-de-la-Gatineau to strengthen the network of lake associations to collaborate with the authorities of the MRC de la Vallée-de-la-Gatineau and HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

Established in June of 1982 by a group of cottagers under the name of “Association des propriétaires du lac des Trente-et-Un Milles (côté nord)”, the Association changed its status in 2004 to include all of Thirty-One Mile Lake. The Association’s first administrators were Gérard Desjardins, Jean Pallascio and Ginette Séguin. The corporation set as its mandate to :

1.    promote the cleanliness of the environment in the area of Thirty-one Mile Lake;

2.    conserve both the flora and fauna in the area of Thirty-one Mile Lake;

3.    take in hand the conservation of the environment in the area of Thirty-one Mile Lake.

Throughout the years, the association has 125 members which are almost résidents of the Lake.  Continuing with its mandate, the Association for the Owners of Thirty-One Mile Lake, later becoming the Association for the Protection of Thirty-One Mile Lake as of November 2009, the Association continues to actively work for the protection for the lake’s environment by participating in various projects such as; placing buoys to show where myriophylle is located, giving workshops to help people with their plans to revitalize their shorelines, distributing information concerning good cottage practices, and informing the various levels of government on its plans to help protect the watershed. The Association has also been involved in the “Réseau  de surveillance volontaire des lacs de villégiature” of the Ministère du Développement durable, Environnement et Lutte aux changements climatiques in 2009. This program allows us to analyze the quality of the water of the lake and to take appropriate measures to protect it. As a member of SAGE (Société d’aménagement et de gestion de l’environnement du bassin versant du lac des Trente-et-Un Milles), the Association took part in the writing of the rules and regulations concerning camping in the wild on the islands of the lake and to move forward in the protection of the smaller islands on the lake which can’t support the impact of any form of camping. The association worksclosely with the
municipalities
that compose to strengthen interventions to protect the water.

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

2017-2018

 

Denis Lacroix                president 

Jim Mitchell                   vice-president

Julie Cousineau            secretairy

Eddy Marga                   treasurer

Isabelle Geraets-Rose

Luke Peart

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ASSOCIATION GENERAL RULES

The association revised his general rules in 2009.  The English version wil be posted shortly.  Règlements généraux 2009

 

  • Lettres patentes (en)

    2009