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The Green Lake Association is a non profit volunteer lake association consisting of a board (president, secretary, treasure, committee chairs) and fundraising/activities committees.

Our primary objective is it to treat for invasive aquatic weeds in Green Lake such as Eurasian Watermilfoil and Curly Pond Leaf. Under strict supervision of the DNR the GLA is permitted to treat designated areas. The treatments are conducted minding specific guidelines regarding the protection of native aquatic plants and the fish population. Maintaining a clean and safe Green Lake is our goal.

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The lake was perfect for skating at sunset on Dec 24th, but quickly changed by Jan 4th with major ice heaving.
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The lake was perfect for skating at sunset on Dec 24th, but quickly changed by Jan 4th with major ice heaving.

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Green Lake AssociationThe ice heave is on Point Pleasant Rd. The north shore of the large basin.

1 week ago
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Green Lake AssociationProbably near the channel but not in the channel. There is always ice heves along the shoreline.

1 week ago
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Where? Is it between little and big green?

1 week ago
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Wow, thats cool!

1 week ago
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Halloween will be here in a couple days, watch out for kids trick & treating. ...

Halloween will be here in a couple days, watch out for kids trick & treating.

The licensed muskrat trappers are out on the lake. As a reminder, muskrats can make havoc to shoreline and they love to chew on wiring on boats - I can attest to both. A female muskrat can have as many as 10 pups per litter and can have as many as 3 litters per year, so a few less of them would be nice. ...

The licensed muskrat trappers are out on the lake. As a reminder, muskrats can make havoc to shoreline and they love to chew on wiring on boats - I can attest to both.  A female muskrat can have as many as 10 pups per litter and can have as many as 3 litters per year, so a few less of them would be nice.

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Beer for trappers on south end of Chisago Lake!

3 months ago
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Are they out on other lakes? I would like to invite them over to Chisago Lake!

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The city street sweeper has been out cleaning up leaves off the streets. They won't get them all but it certainly helps getting leaves/debris from going into the storm sewers, which drain into the lake. ...

The city street sweeper has been out cleaning up leaves off the streets. They wont get them all but it certainly helps getting leaves/debris from going into the storm sewers, which drain into the lake.

Thank you to the association members ( Linna & Beau Anderson, Jim Revell, Stephen Gill, Rick Ekstrand, Gail & Byron Moen, Gary Maslowski and Bruce Meyer),who volunteered to help clean up the public landings. Didn't take too long with so much help. ...

Thank you to the association members ( Linna & Beau Anderson, Jim Revell, Stephen Gill, Rick Ekstrand, Gail & Byron Moen, Gary Maslowski and Bruce Meyer),who volunteered to help clean up the public landings. Didnt take too long with so much help.

Our next Flotilla will be this coming Thursday. We are changing the start time to 6:00pm rather than 6:30, since the sun is setting earlier in the evening.
With this long stretch of hot days and little rain, area trees are loosing their leaves from the stress. Reminder try to keep leaves from going into the lakes. Leaves and grass clippings contain phosphorus, which is harmful to the water quality and increases algae growth.

Still lots of summer left, hope to see you out on the water!
Connie Mayfield
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There is a Labor Day Paddle Event on Sept 3 (see attachment), listen for Banjo Music starting at 12:30pm at Lindstrom Beach and a corn grill at 2pm. ...

There is a Labor Day Paddle Event on Sept 3 (see attachment), listen for Banjo Music starting at 12:30pm at Lindstrom Beach and a corn grill at 2pm.

I want to thank all the GLA volunteers for helping with Ki Chi Saga days -Gary Noren, Lori Reichert, Bob & Christine Milam, Cheryl Kempenich & family, Monica Kinny & family/friends, Pam & Dan Stanidish, Don Schug and Bruce Meyer. The booth was busy and the parade was so fun! Connie Mayfield ...

I want to thank all the GLA volunteers  for helping with Ki Chi Saga days -Gary Noren, Lori Reichert, Bob & Christine Milam, Cheryl Kempenich & family, Monica Kinny & family/friends, Pam & Dan Stanidish, Don Schug and Bruce Meyer. The booth was busy and the parade was so fun!  Connie Mayfield

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Float looked awesome!!

5 months ago
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