Review our Working Document:
Summer of 2019
Summer of 2018
The board has
Clearwater Lake Association Board of Directors received the RMB Aquatic Survey and scheduled a conference call to walk through the RMB Aquatic Vegetation Survey results. The board was very happy with the results and the report. The overall point of view from RMB is that our lake is VERY HEALTHY. Without historical reports, there is no way to know how much vegetation we have lost. But now we have a baseline to measure against.
Lake Management Subcommittee
BOD approved establishing a subcommittee to lead work on a formal lake management plan over the next few years. Charlie Lick will chair. We have 3 people interested in being on the committee. Contact Charlie Lick if you are interested in helping – email@example.com. Current issues: aquatic invasion species; fishery; high water- current beavers; overall lake health.
Native Vegetation - The Plan to Understand our Dynamic Lake
How can we find out why native vegetation is decreasing? Eurasian water milfoil treatment / rusty crawfish / high water / other?
Also see the article on Beavers and Bogs here under the High Water Report.
Eurasian Water Milfoil treatment and the DNR
Tim Plude from the MN DNR was contacted to help explain the treatment process for Eurasian Milfoil from the DNR's point of view. See his comments on the DNR and Milfoil Treatment.