Our busy summer on Eagle Lake provided plenty of content for the latest edition of our lake association newsletter, the Ripples.  Check out the full-page summary and highlights from the Regatta and Social and read the latest reports from the coordinators of our multi-year Eagle Lake Protection Program.  Click here to view the electronic version on our website and be sure to print a copy to share with family members.
Please note that it may take a moment to fully download, due to the high number of great images we've included (11mb).
Because he likes to stay busy, and the Eagle Lake community has been generous once again during our current membership drive.  Electronic payments and envelopes in our PO Box have been steady for many weeks, and with membership currently at 216, we have a good chance at setting another record this year!  You still have plenty of time to join or renew your membership.  Click here to visit our Payment Center with our thanks for supporting our mission.
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If you've read the most recent edition of our Ripples newsletter, you know about our major, multi-year initiative to positively impact the quality of Eagle Lake.  The first phase of our Eagle Lake Protection Program is already underway with board members and concerned community members conducting an expanded water testing and analysis program.  We urge everyone in the lake community to support this exciting effort and we thank you for considering a special donation toward our $3,750 goal.  For more details on making a restricted donation, click here.
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New Lake Tides Newsletter
Posted on Nov 24th, 2023
The latest edition of the Lake Tides newsletter is now available.  To read the Summer/Fall 2023 publication, click here.
Shoreline Plant Recommendations
Posted on Jan 3rd, 2023
As a shoreline property owner, you can have a direct impact on water quality.  Improvements to your property and shoreline can help, and native plantings should be considered.  Click here to learn more about good plants, and those to avoid.
Annual Meeting Minutes
Posted on Sep 7th, 2022
To view the minutes from our 2022 ELIA Annual Meeting, click here
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Weed Cutting/ELMD
Curlyleaf and milfoil are two words that dominate the early season lake management discussions.  Want to learn more?  Click here to visit our webpage dedicated to Weed Management Efforts.  Watch the videos related to weed harvesting and getting to know shallow lakes.
The Eagle Lake Management District is one of our lake partner organizations, and the weed harvesting operation is among their primary responsibilities.  To visit the ELMD website, click here.
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