Updated June 19, 2018

Bill Grantges, Itasca County AIS program coordinator, was our guest speaker at the June 11th GPLA membership meeting. Today there was a great story by John Myers of the Duluth News Tribune that describes the action of some of his trainees up on Turtle Lake. As Bill explained “he need boots on the ground” in our fight against invasive species. TRAINING is where it starts.

Volunteer invasive species detectors offer outreach, early warning

Septic Secrets — A University of Minnesota Septic System Seminar — Wabana Town Hall Time: 4pm Potluck | 5-7pm Seminar, Thursday June 28, 2018

Septic Secrets — A University of Minnesota Septic System Seminar, June 28, 2018


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Information regarding 2017 Fishing Tournaments on Pokegama

Greater Pokegama Lake Association (GPLA)  Mission Statement as in the Bylaws:

The mission of the Greater Pokegama Lake Association is to help preserve and protect Pokegama Lake and its environs (including but not limited to Pokegama, Little Pokegama, Jay Gould, Little Jay Gould, and Backwater lakes) together with the wetlands and aquifers, and to enhance the water quality, recreational, and aesthetic features of the lakes for both present and future generations.