While there is no imminent threat of a cyanobacteria outbreak on our lakes and ponds, the referenced short story and photograph, together with a CDC frequently asked questions will help you recognize what to look for if you bring your pets down to the shoreline.
The Lost Lake/ Knops Pond herbicide treatment is Tuesday, June 11, 2019. This treatment is being conducted as part of the annual campaign to control/ eradicate non-native invasive weeds in the lakes. Please see the chart for use restrictions.
Don’t miss the Groton Lakes Tag Sale, May 25. Proceeds will help keep our lake clean.
With Spring approaching, this might be a good time to inspect your dock for damage. If you have issues and need help, contact the GLA and we will see if we can find some warm bodies to help out.
Dear Lake Neighbors and Friends, Hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. How about adding another new year's resolution to your list?...Attend a GLA meeting. Here are the 2019 GLA meeting dates. Meetings are held in the Lost Lake fire station. I encourage you to...
The final Lost Lake/ Knops Pond herbicide treatment is Thursday, August 2, 2018. This treatment will include a booster application of pelletized Sonar to combat Fanwort.
The annual Independence Day Lost Lake/ Knops Pond boat parade will take place on… you guessed it.. July 4th! Boats will gather near Sargisson Beach and the parade will start at noon, Wednesday, 7/4/2018. Hope to see many of you out on the lake Wednesday.
The Lost Lake/ Knops Pond follow-up herbicide treatment is Wednesday, June 20, 2018. This treatment will target Milfoil and any curly leaf pondweed missed in the May treatment using Diquat and include a booster application of pelletized Sonar to combat Fanwort.
The first 2018 Lost Lake/Knops Pond herbicide spot treatment for curly leaf pondweed will be Wednesday May 16.
The next meeting of the Groton Lakes Association will be Wednesday March 14, 2018 at 7pm at the Lost Lake Fire station.