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Archive Monthly Archives: May 2019

PREPARING OUR COMMUNITY FOR THE SUMMER SEASON

By celebrating Earth Day you will be doing your part keeping our lakes as clean as possible for summer fun. You can also help by cleaning up dog waste on your property and keeping geese -and swans- from gathering on lakefront spaces.  This helps to keep E. coli, a dangerous bacterium, from entering our water. […]

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RUN OFF FROM LAWNS AND ROADS INTO THE LAKE

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) considers stormwater runoff as the number one threat to water quality in our lakes and streams. Sediment collects in catch basins or storm drains in our roads to prevent run off from entering the lake.  Roads are cleaned yearly and these basins are also regularly cleaned out; but as lakefront […]

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Lake Mohawk Celebrates Earth Day 2019

Lake Mohawk’s Annual Earth Day Celebration was held on Saturday, May 4. 2019, marking the fifth consecutive year that residents of Lake Mohawk and surrounding communities came together for a unified environmental cleaning effort and celebration event. “Each year, we are cleaning up less and less garbage, which is something to celebrate. However, as we […]

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LAKE EXPO 2019

Thank you to all of the sponsors who helped make the Lake Mohawk Environmental Expo a success!  Aquatic Technologies and Princeton Hydro each presented on Lake maintenance. David Wright, Landscape Architect, certified in Rain Garden design and development, spoke on Rain Gardens.  Dan Wilson of Wilson Septic addressed maintaining your septic systems. Other important topics […]

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