Author: GLA

Baddacook Weed Control – Phase 1

Dear Groton Lakes Association Members, For the past 6 months, Bill Strickland, Jack McCaffrey (Groton Water Commissioner) and I have been looking into how other towns handle invasive weeds and if there are non-herbicide alternatives to control the invasive weeds in Baddacook Pond. We may have found an alternative. A feasibility study, using a combination of a modified weed harvester and diver assisted suction harvesting (DASH), has been proposed by Aquatic Vision LLC. They have 20 years of invasive weed removal experience and believe that they can offer an effective method of control. They would like to conduct a...

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Next meeting of the Groton Lakes Association Wednesday March 9 at the LL Fire Station

Dear Lake Neighbors and Friends, The next meeting of the Groton Lakes Association will be Wednesday March 9, 7pm at the Lost Lake Fire station. We have 2 guest speakers at this month’s GLA meeting: Police Chief and Harbormaster Donald Palma Cathy Berse- Hurley- resident of Whitney Pond will be showcasing the recently revamped the GLA website Agenda: Presentation from Police Chief Palma regarding duties as harbormaster and role of Town Police in 2016 Presentation of the recently revamped GLA website from Cathy Bearse-Hurley Review and approve meeting minutes from last meeting Treasurer’s reportBaddacook update GPAC update GLA membership fee increase and membership form...

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The Groton Lakes Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and improvement of the Lakes of eastern Groton; primarily "Lost Lake," "Knop's Pond," "Baddacook Pond" and their coves.

Located in Groton, Massachusetts, the G.L.A. works closely with local, state, and federal agencies, as well as other community organizations to develop and implement programs, strategies, and ideas which will preserve the lakes for both native wildlife and recreational use, thereby enhancing the quality of life in our local watershed.

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