About the FLCA
Welcome to the Farlain Lake Community Association!
Formed in 2008, our association’s mandate is to:
- protect, preserve and enhance Farlain Lake and its watershed as irreplaceable natural assets;
- encourage the responsible use of the lake, its shoreline and its surrounding woodlands for widely diverse purposes;
- promote unity and strength in the Farlain Lake community through resource stewardship, recreational, social, and civic activities; and
- represent the common interests and concerns of its members and provide a unified voice to all levels of government and organizations that have a vested interest in Farlain Lake and its watershed.
With a membership of about 100, the FLCA is made up of a mix of seasonal and permanent residents, and both shoreline and “back lot” owners. The Association is managed by a very passionate and dedicated group of volunteers working on the Board, a variety of environmental issues such as invasive species and water levels, safety, building community through social activities, providing education and information to members, and building relationships with key organizations and agencies such as the Township of Tiny and the Severn Sound Environmental Association.
Find out more about what we’re doing…
- our Lake to Sky Plan for the future
- our battle to manage the aggressive invasive aquatic plant Eurasian Watermilfoil
- the FLCA newsletter Ripples
- our Guide for Renters
- the FLCA Boat Parade
- the issue of septage management
- high water levels
The FLCA works closely with both the Township of Tiny and the Severn Sound Environmental Association (see below) to address issues affecting our community and to provide information and education to our members. As an association we are also members of the Federation of Tiny Township Shoreline Associations and the Federation of Ontario Cottagers Associations (see below).
Join us! Click here to find out more about membership and how you can be part of our community.