The Water Summit of May 11th- A Great Learning Experience About Cyanobacteria

About 150 people attended the Third Water Summit sponsored by the Wentworth Watershed Association. An impressive set of speakers let us know the good, the bad and ugly about Cyanobacteria. These are not actually algae, they are very different and evolved billions of years ago. At that time, there was …

Spring Is Springing

Spring is springing and the weather reports, while not indicating “hot weather”, are getting more like not having “freezing weather”.  It is not time to plant your tomatoes but pansies are just fine….. Looking at the trees on the south side of the lake, there are poplars what are light …

Ice Out Declared

ICE Committee members (International Committee of Exactness) visited the north shores of the lake where the ice had been lingering. At 7:45, ice was declared out because, while there were a few ice cubes along the shore in two places, no boat would have trouble passing through them. No icebergs …

Winds and Rain and Snow

The weather continues to be “variable”. Recently, there was rain on top of an inch of snow. Visibility wasn’t great and it was damp when you were out on the lake. Most people didn’t spend much time in the drizzle before heading inside. Then, there was wind. Not just a …