LMEC vol 22 iss 3 July/August newsletter 2016
LMEC vol 22 iss 2 May/June newsletter 2016
vol 21 iss 2 final Summer 2015 LMEC newsletter
LMEC vol 21 iss 3 October 2015 LMEC newsletter
This issue has more photographs from local photo-pros (in our minds anyway!) of the lake and the life around it as well as our 2015 projects with some dates for everyone to put in their calendars! Everyone enjoy your Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays – we’ll see you in the New Year!
Our September/October issue is loaded with fun things and a couple serious legislative issues you may be interested in. Also included in this issue is a complete list of things you should be aware of if you live on or near a lake. It is an insert in this issue and can be hung on your note board or kept on a desk at home to review should you have any questions on the right things, or wrong things, to do for your lake.
Jerry Semler is the newest LMEF Board member.
USGS project almost complete, research papers are currently undergoing peer review.
Registration form for the THIRD ANNUAL CANOE/KAYAK/SUP POKER RUN included in this issue. Print it, fill it out, then send it in with your $10 entry fee!
Our budget comparison: 1991 to 2012, some interesting points.
Don’t rake leaves into Lake Maxinkuckee – LMEC has six week exhibit at the Museum – USGS update
USGS Core Sampling project - Registration information for Canoe/Kayak/SUP Poker Run – Other LMEC projects for 2013
Loon Rescue attempted – Walleye Yearlings Delivered by DNR – Houghton Lake Visit – Avian Study Completed – Drought Update
Electrofishing with DNR – Blue-Green Algae Report from Lakes in Marshall County – Mystic Hills Sediment Trap Installed – Serious Drought
Eurasian Watermilfoil Treated – First Annual Canoe, Kayak & SUP Poker Run! – Wind Farm Update – Culver Academies Planting Project
Award for Richard Ford, Founding Member of LMEF/LMEC – Test Results from Weed Mapping and Water Testing
LMEC weighs in on Industrial Wind Farm – Weeds, Weeds, and More Weeds – A Summer’s Worth of Water Testing
LMEF Board Welcomes Marabeth Levett – 2011 Projects Outlined
2010 Projects Reviewed
Naub the Split-Rock Bass, a wonderful old story that takes place on Lake Maxinkuckee
2010 Projects Outlined - Findings on Maxinkuckee Village Offered - Lake Foam
PUD Planned Next to Kline Wetland!
A Change of the Board – Pam Buxton Retiring as President – Recycle, Recycle, Recycle – Invasive Species Council Formed in Indianapolis
Duckweed, a Plant Not Algae – Curtiss Ditch Project – Kline Wetlands Mapping – Lake Maxinkuckee’s Sub-watersheds
The Yellow Submarine, from Purdue! – Kline Wetland Revisited – IDNR’s Head Rob Carter Visits Lake Maxinkuckee
Hydrilla & Lake Manitou – Lakescaping Workshop a Success – Pristine Waters of Lake Maxinkuckee, a report from IDEM
News from the Kline – Damage to Wilson Ditch Project – 2008 Project List – Lake Maxinkuckee Volunteer Monitoring Program Against Hydrilla