The Wilson Lake Association will establish and maintain a program that will reverse any trend of degrading the water quality in Wilson Lake and result in continuous improvement in water quality. The Association will also encourage all the Lake’s stakeholders to be involved and support a cooperative effort to reduce or eliminate the impact of contaminants on lake water quality.
The Fall 2017 Newsletter is now available to view and download here:
Be sure to check out the Invasive Plant Patrol guided Paddle. Look under Events and click on the title.
An image gallery of the 2017 Boat Parade is ready for viewing here: (If you have images you’d like to add, please feel free to email them to us.)
A PDF version of Spring 2017 Newsletter is available for download here:
Maine Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program will present Invasive Plant Training 101 at the Anderson Learning Center on Bradeen Street in Springvale on June 16 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. This is a free course to teach us to recognize the 11 most invasive aquatic plants that threaten Maine waterways. This is a great opportunity to learn to recognize these plants which threaten the recreational, aesthetic and financial values of our waterfront properties.
This interesting workshop will include a slide presentation as well as a hands-on session to see the plants live and up close. You may take it for your own educational experience or choose to become a certified plant watcher. Either way, you will be an important part of Wilson Lake’s Plant Patrol and we will be happy to present you with an official WLA Invasive Plant Patrol T shirt when you complete the day’s activities.
To register, go to MaineVLMP.org and sign up under “Workshops and Events.”
WLA is proud to be a co-sponsor of this event.
Be sure to click on the Events Page to read about our first Community Breakfast scheduled for July 1 from 9:00 to 11:00!