Kathy Spaeth Principal of Jack Callaghan Public School and some students stand in front of the Environmental School Zone Sign located on the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail.
There are four school zones located along the trail.
All four schools - Mariposa, Jack Callaghan, Scott Young and Lady Eaton - have adopted a section of the trail and have started stewardship projects such as installation of bird nesting boxes and wildlife shrub plantings.
The Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association is proud to have the schools involved as community partners in the management of the trail.
Police Authorized to enforce Laws on Kawartha Trans Canada Trail
The City of Kawartha Lakes (Lindsay and Ops) Police Service and the City of Kawartha Lakes - OPP Detachment have been provided a letter of authorization from the Board of Directors of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association to access the Trans Canada Trail in order to Act as its agent for the purpose of provincial enforcement in the event of inappropriate use such as ATV and Dirt Bike and enforcing the Trespass to Property Act and other related legislation.