AQUATIC PLANTS? YES, BUT WE MOST OFTEN CALL THEM WEEDS
As many residents are aware, the conditions on Eagle Lake change from year to year. Lower water levels have been a top concern for the past two seasons, with water clarity and algae blooms not far behind. Invasive aquatic plants (weeds), however, were quite well managed by our lake partners in the Eagle Lake Management District this season. So why, you might ask, did we produce a video series dealing with weeds? Understanding that some invasive weeds will always be a part of our lake ecosystem and responding to the many questions raised by lake residents in the past, our video committee hoped to shed some light on the issue and challenges of managing our lake weeds. We invite you to visit our Weed Management Efforts
AN UPDATE FROM THE TREASURER's OFFICE
With the winter season upon us, we are pleased to report that we have 227 members on the books and 79 have donated at the Wave Maker level. The level of financial support from our community is remarkable, and we greatly appreciate the donations from each and every one of our members. We still have our sights set on breaking last year's membership total of 228, so if you are not yet a member, why not join us today!
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