This is my favorite time of year. The days are getting longer, trees are starting to bud, we actually have occasional sunny and warm days, and the lake is going through the “clear water phase” where
As we enter the holiday season we can be grateful to have made it through summer with our health and the ability to keep the lake functioning as normal.
We are half way into our drawdown this year, with the lake down five feet already. For those new on the lake this is a new experience, and as the water recedes you are going to see things you may not have noticed before, or for a long time
It has been a busy summer and I apologize for not providing an update for the past two months. My last update on June 18 was about phosphorus
It has been a busy summer and I apologize for not providing an update for the past two months. My last update on June 18 was about phosphorus and our efforts to control this nutrient, and today I want to discuss water quality so far.
First, I want to say thank you to all residents and easement members who participated in the survey by our intern Laura Costadone. There were almost 500 responses