Fishing Derby - Sunday, Feb. 16th. Hope it will be a fun, safe day
for all. Remember that this is a carry-in/carry-out event.
"Take only memories; leave only footprints."
Important Lake level update - October 24th:
"After 9 days of the gates at the dam being opened, the lake is down
16.5 inches. The new gate configuration is allowing the water level to
drop twice as fast as in previous years. The lake should reach winter
level during the first week of November barring any major rain.
Adjustments to the gates will be made at that time to maintain
the winter level of - 2 feet. "
- Don Holden ( The Dam Man!)
Lake Draw-Down begins October 15th. Please plan accordingly.
2013 Annual Newsletter: Newsletter Online
2013 Membership - Join or Renew
Are you a member? If so, thank you! If not, why not?
Little Ossipee Lake
Clothing - show your pride & support LOLA!
Invasive Plant Patrol (IPP)
The Board of Directors of Little Ossipee Lake
Association is pleased to
announce that we have been selected, along with
Melissa Brandt of York County Soil & Water, to host the
2012 Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program's Invasive
Plant Patrol Workshops.
The workshops, to be held on July 3rd & 28th, lead to Invasive Plant
Inspector certification, and are open to anyone with an interest and
commitment to keeping the lake free of invasive plants.
more info or email
Autumn is a great time to plant
and enhance the shoreline buffer zone!
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