Friends of the Porcupine River Watershed is a not for profit (for public benefit) organization founded in November 2014. The main goal of the organization is to offer public support and further enhancement to the Porcupine River Watershed Remedial Action Plan (RAP). These are actions recommended to restore the beneficial uses and to enhance the ecosystem of the Porcupine River Watershed which includes Porcupine River and Porcupine Lake.
Explore and learn with the Friends of the Porcupine River Watershed’s iNaturalist © Project
FRIENDS OF THE PORCUPINE RIVER WATERSHED is happy to launch their new iNaturalist© project! We invite you to explore, discover and record all the wonderful living species that you find in the Porcupine River Watershed area.
This is a fun way to create an inventory of all living things around us. Anyone can explore and participate! Here is the link It’s fun and easy for nature lovers of all ages! Open the PDF documents for instructions on how you can participate and learn! Don’t hesitate to ask questions! Thank you to Andrew Warren for the beautiful cover photo on the iNaturalist project page.
First and foremost, we want to thank you for your continued support with Friends of the Porcupine River Watershed. Without your loyalty and provision, we would not be able to actively develop our imprint within the community. Put simply, you make what we do possible. READ MORE
Porcupine Lake is a 280 hectare water-body located in the Township of Whitney, with a combined drainage area of 87 km².
It receives inflow from the Upper Porcupine River as well as Bob’s Creek, which drains Bob’s Lake located northeast of Porcupine Lake. READ MORE