34 results for tag: Lakes Appreciation Month


Lake Wilson Cleanup & Secchi Dip-in

Join us for a Lakes Appreciation Month celebration at Lake Wilson in Fayetteville! This will be a family-friendly event to cleanup the lake and participate in a citizen science water monitoring activity.  Check-in will begin at 9 AM at the pavilion. Multiple Cleanup Options! 1) On Water - Bring your own kayak or canoe 2) Shoreline - Bring your own waders 3) On Land - Bring yourself and your friends Cleanup supplies will be provided. Family outdoor gear raffle prizes after! Click Here to RSVP or text/call 479-750-8007

OCLWA Webinar: Panel Discussion on Watershed Planning

July is Lakes Appreciation Month, so help us celebrate by attending one of our free virtual workshops! About this event OCLWA is hosting four virtual webinars to help highlight Lakes Appreciation Month. Events are scheduled beginning on July 8 and occur each Thursday through July 29th. Each week, speakers will cover a different topic. You can register for one or all of them. The series workshop is as follows: July 8 - Priscilla Crawford - Aquatic Invasive Species - Basic Identification and How to Report July 15 - Casey Goodwin - In Situ Internal P Loading in Lake Erie July 22 - Tyler King - Remote Sensing of Water ...

Love Your Lake 2021

Celebrate Lake Appreciation Month with PALMS at Blue Marsh Lake! Join PALMS, the staff of Blue Marsh Lake, Aqua Om Paddle, and the Penn State Extension Master Watershed Stewards as we celebrate our Lakes and enjoy a Full Moon paddle Join us from 6-8pm to learn how to keep yourself and our lakes safe and then hit the water for a full moon paddle 8-10 pm.  This is a great opportunity to paddle the lake at the Dry Brooks Day Use Area. Event details: This FREE Event is open to the public.  Enjoy an evening dedicated to lake appreciation, education, and recreation. Read below to learn more about the hosts and their planned activities. V...

OCLWA Webinar: Remote Sensing of Water Quality

July is Lakes Appreciation Month, so help us celebrate by attending one of our free virtual workshops! About this event OCLWA is hosting four virtual webinars to help highlight Lakes Appreciation Month. Events are scheduled beginning on July 8 and occur each Thursday through July 29th. Each week, speakers will cover a different topic. You can register for one or all of them. The series workshop is as follows: July 8 - Priscilla Crawford - Aquatic Invasive Species - Basic Identification and How to Report July 15 - Casey Goodwin - In Situ Internal P Loading in Lake Erie July 22 - Tyler King - Remote Sensing of Water ...

Lake Atalanta Cleanup & Secchi Dip-in

Join us for a Lakes Appreciation Month celebration at Lake Atalanta in Rogers! This will be a family-friendly event to cleanup the lake and participate in a citizen science water monitoring activity.  Check-in will begin at 6 PM at Clark Pavilion. Multiple Cleanup Options!  1) On Water - Bring your own kayak or canoe 2) Shoreline - Bring your own waders 3) On Land - Bring yourself and your friends Cleanup supplies will be provided Family outdoor gear raffle prizes after! Click Here to RSVP or text/call 479-750-8007

Your Summer Rx: Enjoy Clean & Healthy Lakes!

There’s no better place to be than at one of New Hampshire’s 1,000 lakes during summer! Our lakes provide for a myriad of recreational activities and science has shown that spending time along, on, and in the lake is good for our health in so many ways. Tune in to this session and hear about how being at the lake is good for you and find out some simple things you can do to help keep the lake(s) you enjoy healthy too! Presented by Krystal Costa Balanoff, Conservation Program Manager, NH LAKES and Erin Mastine, Outreach Program Coordinator, NH LAKES. This session is part of the "Explore Lakes with NH LAKES" webinar series. If you get chance, ...

CLRMA’s Day on the Rez at Barr Lake

Vendor Demos (1pm – 4:30pm MDT) Zebra Mussel Testing and Algae DNA Analysis (Jonah Ventures) Algae Tracker (Aqua Real Time) Data Telemetry (Geotech) SolarBees and GridBees (Ixom) Fish Survey (Colorado Parks & Wildlife) Carp Trapping (Metro Wastewater Reclamation District) Barr Lake Golf Cart Tours (Barr Lake State Park) Lake Fun and BBQ (4:30pm MDT on) Networking Take out the Kayaks, Paddleboards, Pontoon Boats Cookout sponsored by Geotech, AquaRealTime, Jonah Ventures, and CLRMA Come prepared to enjoy the outdoors! Bring a chair or something to sit on. Please register before 7/15 so we can plan food accordingly (https://f...

OCLWA Webinar: In Situ Internal P Loading in Lake Erie

July is Lakes Appreciation Month, so help us celebrate by attending one of our free virtual workshops! About this event OCLWA is hosting four virtual webinars to help highlight Lakes Appreciation Month. Events are scheduled beginning on July 8 and occur each Thursday through July 29th. Each week, speakers will cover a different topic. You can register for one or all of them. The series workshop is as follows: July 8 - Priscilla Crawford - Aquatic Invasive Species - Basic Identification and How to Report July 15 - Casey Goodwin - In Situ Internal P Loading in Lake Erie July 22 - Tyler King - Remote Sensing of Water ...

OCLWA Webinar: Aquatic Invasive Species – Basic Identification and How to Report

July is Lakes Appreciation Month, so help us celebrate by attending one of our free virtual workshops! About this event OCLWA is hosting four virtual webinars to help highlight Lakes Appreciation Month. Events are scheduled beginning on July 8 and occur each Thursday through July 29th. Each week, speakers will cover a different topic. You can register for one or all of them. The series workshop is as follows: July 8 - Priscilla Crawford - Aquatic Invasive Species - Basic Identification and How to Report July 15 - Casey Goodwin - In Situ Internal P Loading in Lake Erie July 22 - Tyler King - Remote Sensing of Water ...

Lakes Appreciation Month 2021

You work and play on them. You drink from them. But do you really appreciate them? Growing population, development, and invasive species stress your local lakes, ponds, and reservoirs. All life needs water; let’s not take it for granted!