Thought I would inform you of a change in the Eurasian milfoil status between Stoney Point and Lone Tree Point, the large patches continue to grow, however, NEW patches are popping up off of the public access of Lone Tree Point.
I participated with some of your staff for a study regarding the seaweed a few years ago. I also want to notify of large patch that wasn't there when we surveyed and GPS marked the patches. It is on the drop off slightly north of Lone Tree Point - a large patch of very tall plants 6-8 ft or more is right at the drop-off, about 6 inches from surface currently. It is very tall. I haven't dived on it yet (too much boat traffic) to determine what kind, but have never noted such a tall week right at drop off - worth looking in to. ... See MoreSee Less
Calling all Three Lakes Association Members: We are way behind other lake associations in our area in our participation in the Shoreland Stewards program. This is a very valuable program that allows you to determine how well you are protecting your property from environmental damage and gives you lots of useful information on best practices for what to do and what to avoid. You can obtain a rating for your property, based on your answers to the questions in the program. This can be done anonymously or you can identify yourself if you wish. Please go have a look at the program. There is a lot of valuable information available to you. Here is the link: ... See MoreSee Less
Be a Shoreland Steward - Michigan Shoreland Stewards
mishorelandstewards.orgFor the purposes of this program the shoreland property includes both land and aquatic zones. The Shoreland Property has been divided into four (4) different zones: Upland, Buffer, Shoreline and Lak...