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.
Please take a few moments to read these brief reports to find out the results of herbicidal treatment on Lost Lake and Knops Pond in 2017. The second report outlines the progress made in mechanical harvesting and hydroraking in Baddacook Pond in 2017.
Kudos to both Jim Luening and Bill Stickland for the diligent toil to navigate the bureaucracy in order to improve and protect Baddacook Pond- a valuable water resource.
The GLA has recently received permission to use the weed harvester to remove the Bladderwort from certain areas of the lakes. So, if you see the machine back out on the lake you’ll know why.
Don’t miss the 2017 Lost Lake/Knops Pond 4th of July Boat Parade. Join us at noontime.
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...
The Project Completion Report for the 2016 Aquatic Management Program will serve to document the herbicide application process, the pre and post-treatment monitoring of aquatic vegetation in the lake and the observed response of the targeted species.