|Posted by hamiltonassociation on June 12, 2013 at 2:05 PM|
All Things Water did a small ten acre run on algae scattered around the lake. Some was attached to milfoil. Most of the milfoil is turning brown and should be down by next week as it takes up to 3 to 4 weeks to remove milfoil. We do have some fresh areas. The Mill Pond area, boat ramp down to the Margarita Beach area. Also the north end of the lake and the west end of Fee Bay. We need to look for curly leaf and if it is found it will be sprayed. ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by hamiltonassociation on May 8, 2013 at 2:05 PM|
Second Edition of Shoreline Newsletter
How will zebra mussels affect the way we use lakes?
As zebra mussels become more abundant in our lakes, they may also affect swimming areas. You will probably have to wear foot protection, such as sandals or water socks, when swimming or wading in order to protect your feet from the sharp edges of the shells.
What should I do if I cut myself on a zebra mussel shell? Will I need a tetanus shot?
Although the shel...Read Full Post »