Non-Profit 501c3 status as a non-profit organization as of Jan 1, 2015.
Annual meeting is deferred due to COVID pandemic!
|GRANITE LAKE WATERSHED ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF TREATMENT|
|The Granite Lake Watershed Association has contracted to treat Eurasian Water Milfoil, an Aquatic Invasive Species in Granite Lake in 2020. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has granted to the Granite Lake Watershed Association a waiver of the requirement that the Association obtain the signatures of approval of owners of lakeshore property. Instead, the Granite Lake Watershed Association will notify property owners of the treatment through alternate forms. This notice is one form that the Granite Lake Watershed Association is using to notify property owners. Other forms may include but are not limited to notification through the associations email list, website, annual newsletter and or meeting. With regard to the treatment for this year, 2020: 1. The proposed date for treatment: June 1, 2020 through September 30, 2020. 2. The target species for the treatment: Eurasian Water Milfoil. 3. The method of control or product being used: EPA and MDA registered aquatic herbicides, such as but not limited to Liquid 2,4-D, Granular 2,4-D, Granular Triclopyr, Florpyrauxifen-benzyl. 4. How landowners may request that control not occur adjacent to the landowner’s property: If you desire that the treatment of Eurasian Water Milfoil not occur adjacent to your property, please notify the Granite Lake Watershed Association immediately at the following address and email address below: Granite Lake Association 2102 County Rd 5 NW Annandale, MN 55302 firstname.lastname@example.org (published in the annandale advocate, wednesday, may 20, 2020)
|2020 Dues||Reminder Annual Dues are $60 and Aquatic Invasive species donations are also greatly appreciated.
Please make checks out to Granite Lake Watershed Association and mail to:
Loons are back! Loons are easily disturbed during the nesting season and prefer to nest on lakes where there is little human activity. If there is too much disturbance, loons may abandon their nest.
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