Lake Wilderness Preservation Association

 

Annual meeting Pictures

Events on the lake

Milfoil Survey Zones and map

 

 

 

 

 

 




The Lake Wilderness Preservation Association





The picture of Lake Wilderness is after the LWPA got the lake cleaned






The above picture is Lake Wilderness before your LWPA got the job done


About the LWPA

1.To improve and promote the safety, health and environment of Lake Wilderness and its watershed.
2.To increase the community's awareness of the ecology of Lake Wilderness and its watershed.
3.Be a reliable source of factual information for the community and government agencie


Board of Directors




Patrice Roney  Cathy Money  Bridget Anderson  Diana Ludke  Paul Wichelman  JoAnn Leibman  Heather Barber


Maple Valley Days Parade Crew






Here is our wonderful parade crew and what a job they did.  We had a lot of fun and hope next year will be more involvement.


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 Information

 

Starting early for signups for the boat lauch on opening day.  If you have a prefered time you want to work the booth email me at inventor1941@yahoo.com 

for the time you would like.  We start on the 25th at 10 am for set up. Then we run 2 hour shifts until noon the next day.  Come have fun and enjoy the opening day excitement.

 

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This is a reminder the 2014 Lake Wilderness Preservation Association membership renewal date will be on July 1st of each year.
 
The memberships from 2013 will extend through to June 31, 2014. 
 
The LWPA membership renewal for 2014 will begin on July 1, 2014.
 
Thank you for your continued support,
LWPA Board


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 The links to the minutes are posted on the President's Corner.

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The Annual lake cleanup pictures are in the photo album

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What can be done to reduce the frequency and intensity of blue-green algae blooms?

There are no quick or easy remedies for the control of blue-green algae once they appear in a lake or pond. Reducing the amount of nutrients that wash into our lakes and ponds will eventually reduce the frequency and intensity of blue-green algae blooms, but it may take a long time and a lot of community involvement to effectively change the nutrient concentrations in a water body. This is because there may still be large amounts of nutrients in the sediment at the bottom that may continue to serve as food for the blue-green algae.

Regulatory agencies like the Washington Departments of Natural Resources and Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection are working with communities around the state to reduce stormwater runoff, and to encourage agricultural practices that reduce soil erosion while maintaining high crop yields. Locally, landowners and interested citizens can help minimize the problems associated with algal blooms by working together with partners in their watershed to reduce the amount of nutrients that reach nearby lakes, streams, and ponds. You can help reduce nutrient concentrations by promoting the following practices in your community:

 

 

Litter pickup

We do two road cleanups per year.  One in the spring and one in the fall. 

 

Noxious Weed Clean-up

There are two professional surveys done on the lake each year.  One in the spring and one in the fall.  The spring survey can be as early as May or as late as July depending on the type of winter we have had.  Plants must be in their early growth stages to determine milfoil and other noxious weed existence.  Two surveys are also done at the same time by our own milfoil crew.  The data is then compared and work determined for the lake.  The milfoil patrol is a great way to learn about your lake.  Sign up and come survey with us.

 

We have posted their latest survey map in the survey section of the web.

 


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Milfoil Patrol

The summer milfoil patrol will be conducted from June through August.  Please email   Charley if you would like to volunteer.

Milfoil Patrol instructions and chart.




Upcoming events at Lake Wilderness for 2014

 

  Opening day of fishing

26th of April

  Maple Valley Days

13th 14th and 15th of June

 

July 4th  Fireworks

 

  Annual meeting and BBQ

Saturday July 12th at shelter  #2

 

  Music in the park

July 31st, 6:30 to 8:30 Pm

Hook Me Up Band

August 7th, 6:30 to 8:30 pm

The Spyrographs

 

  Kids Festival

July 19, 2014

   Music Burgers and Blues

August 10th, 5:30 to 8:30 pm

Night Train Blues Band

 

  Music in the park

August 14th, 6:30 to 8:30 pm

Maple Valley Big Band

 

  Music and Movie

August 21, 2014

6:30 to 10:30 pm

Hawaiian Family Night Concert and Movie

 

October 25th  Make a difference day

 

Holiday lights celebration

December 3rd

 

 

 

      

   

 

 

Pictures of LWPA Christmas rafts on lake courtesy of Brit Anderson

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