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Lake Currents – Spring/Summer 2017

Dear Fellow Groton Lakes Association Members And Friends, The Groton Lakes Association (GLA) placed the boards in the dam April 1st and the lake filled to summer pool level within one week due to the unusual rainfall we have had this spring. In fact, a board had to be...

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GLA 2017 Meeting Schedule

The next meeting of the Groton Lakes Association will be  Tuesday January 10,  7PM at the Lost Lake Fire station- Agenda below. After January we will resume the usual 'second Wednesday' of the month meetings. 2017 Meeting Dates: January 10 March 8 June 14 August  9...

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Stormwater for Towns Meeting

Please join us at Mount Wachusett Community College on November 18 (9 - 11:30 am) to consider cost-effective ways to prevent and fix stormwater problems. This free meeting will include a roundtable discussion of participants’ views on local stormwater needs and...

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Lost Lake and Knops Pond Annual Herbicide Treatment

The 2016 spot treatment of non-native invasive weeds in Lost Lake/Knops Pond is scheduled for this Tuesday June 7th. Note that the entire lake will not be treated but about 40 acres that have the highest level of variable leaf Milfoil, Curly Leaf Pond Weed and Fanwort based on recent surveys, will be treated.

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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...

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GROTON LAKES ASSOCIATION

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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