Hazard marking can be as simple as someone anchoring a plastic jug near the shore to mark a shallow rock for their own safe navigation into their dock. Or, it can be as comprehensive as the Thousand Islands Association program; “Founded in 1934, TIA’s most recognizable program is the placement, seasonal maintenance and removal of nearly 200 shoal markers each season between the eastern tip of Howe Island and Brockville. We also supply the funding for an additional 100 markers that are placed by Save The River each season”. Here’s how it works: CTVNews
A long time resident and new member of the DCLA has proposed that we institute a similar program here on Dog and Cranberry Lakes. His research and organization has lead to the collection of a comprehensive collection of information and a solid plan for implementation.