The current condition of our lake. This effects us all… Don’t think that this doesn’t effect your property value even if you do not live on the lake. For years I have been voicing my concerns that this will not … Continued
I am happy to report that the lake is looking better than it has in years at this time of year! The algae blooms that have been getting worse year after year seem to be under control and there is … Continued
Article in New York Times: The Toxic Brew in Our Yards
The BOD has endorsed planting of desirable aquatic and wentland plants “aquascaping” on the north end of our lake as an experiment. I have planted an area about 40 linear feet of shore line. Mostly between two culverts. This included … Continued
The BOD has created a Lake Committee A Lake committee is being organized to research and advice the BOD about the health of the lake and how to improve it. I have volunteered to be on that committee. If you … Continued
Nuphar lutea, the spatterdock, yellow water-lily, cow lily, or yellow pond-lily, is an aquatic plant of the familyNymphaeaceae, native to Eurasia. It grows in eutrophic freshwater beds, with its roots fixed into the ground and its leaves floating on the water’s surface.