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27. June 2018 · Comments Off on 4th of July Events · Categories: Events

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Independence Day is just around the corner. Here’s the scoop on the events.

Kayak Rally: 8:30 – 11:30, rain or shine. Paddle around the lake with any non-motorized vessel and collect as many tickets as you can from orange flagged locations. Print your name and phone # on each ticket and bring your tickets to the Rt 28 launch by 12:00 noon. Tickets will be drawn for prizes. Don’t forget a pencil/pen and a plastic bag for your tickets.

Boat Parade: Starts 1:30 from One Tree Island. Decorate your vessel to tour the lake, entertain your neighbors, make some noise and have a ton of fun. Be recognized for best decorations and most patriotic boat.

Ring of Fire: 9:00pm. Light your flares at 9:00pm along the shoreline for the annual Ring of Fire. Flares will be available at the Rt. 28 launch from 10:00am to 1:00pm on July 4th, or call Ken Bosen (see DIRECTORS page for contact info) to arrange for flares at other times.

Keep your fingers crossed for great weather. Please be safe, and let’s have another spectacular Fourth of July on Kinderhook Lake.

25. June 2018 · Comments Off on Copper Sulfate Treatment – June 25th · Categories: Water quality, Water treatment

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Monday evening, June 25th

See the FAQ page for information and warnings
about Copper Sulfate treatment for algae control

24. June 2018 · Comments Off on Helping Hands Make the Difference · Categories: AIS, Events
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Weeds Piled High

Helping hands can make the difference. A record 25 volunteers showed up at the north end of the lake on Saturday morning June 23rd to hand-pull water chestnuts. This aggressive invasive species can be expensive and difficult to control, but since the roots are fairly shallow, they are easy to pull by hand. Volunteers made a huge dent in the weed bed. Offloading pulled weeds was much easier this year as volunteers were able to transfer the weeds onto the ECO Harvester conveyor belt. In a little more than two hours, the harvester bin was filled with over 2-1/2 loads of water chestnuts, which equates to about 10 cubic yards of weeds (a dump truck full). A hardy thanks to all the volunteers who came out to help – you are making a difference. See more photos on the GALLERY page.

Michael, John, David Attebury John Bruford Patty and Ken Bosen
Jennifer and Bond Clark Lauren Desharnais Mike Francoeur
Carl Heiner Jim Hodgkins Ron Jensis
John Johnson Bernie Kelleher Robin and Dan Langer
Henrietta and Adam Nagay Diane and Doug Peterson Briggette Roose
Fran Sindlinger Rick Theriault Pete Walkes

The Spring 2018 KLC News is now available HERE and on our NEWSLETTERS page.

Articles include: Rain Gardens – Function and Form Create a Beautiful Solution, Spring Projects Completed, NYSFOLA, Mitigate Nutrient Pollution, KLC Community Lake Day, Volunteering, Growing Health Concerns Due to HABs, Monitoring Our Fish Population, Aquatic Weed Mapping, We Need You, Dates to Remember

To help reduce the spread of this aquatic invasive species, a water chestnut hand-pulling event is planned for Saturday, June 23, 9:00 am – 11:00 am. We need two dozen volunteers for this event to be successful. As in past years, please meet at the north end of the lake with your kayak, canoe, rowboat, raft, or any vessel that can navigate very shallow water. Don’t forget heavy gloves and perhaps a rake. Pulled weeds will be transferred to the ECO-Harvester and brought to shore for disposal. This year, a few teams of volunteers may be dispersed to various coves around the lake where water chestnut growth has been identified. Light refreshments will be provided. In the event of pouring rain, the ‘pull’ will take place at the same time on Sunday, June 24. Please come and be part of the solution.

Why don’t we pull the water chestnuts with the ECO-Harvester? Two reasons: (1) Our DEC permit does not allow it, and (2) There is a risk of damage to the harvester drum if we run it in the shallow water where most of the water chestnuts are growing.

29. March 2018 · Comments Off on Water Will Rise to Summer Level · Categories: General Information

 

Time to get your boats and gear ready!! On Sunday, April 1st, the sluice gate will be closed and the flashboards installed on the dam so the lake can start rising to summer level. The speed of the rise will be dependent on rain and snowmelt, so please be sure to complete any shoreline projects by the end of this weekend.

23. February 2018 · Comments Off on Winter 2018 KLC News · Categories: Newsletter · Tags: ,

The Winter 2018 KLC News is now available HERE and on our NEWSLETTERS page.

Articles include Kinderhook Creek Designated an Inland Waterway, Trapa Natan Eradication, New Season and New Horizons, Annual Notice of Copper Sulfate Treatment, Successes of 2017, Achieving Outstanding Stewardship Results, Placement of Member Posters and Trailer Stickers, Supporting Business Sponsors, and an Ice Safety Reminder

06. January 2018 · Comments Off on Safety First on the Ice · Categories: Fishing, General Information

DEC Encourages Anglers to Put Safety First When Ice Fishing

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It’s always sad to see the lake draining to winter levels, but remember how much fun you had on the lake this past summer and that next summer will be here before you know it. Fall is usually a beautiful time of year and is also time for a few important reminders:

  1. Remember to complete any shoreline projects this Fall, as the water can rise quickly in the Spring depending on snowmelt and rain. Plus, our DEC Drawdown Permit requires that we raise the lake back to summer levels as soon as the ice is off the lake in the Spring.
  2. Please do not rake leaves into the lake bed, as rotting leaves will become nutrients for future weed and algae growth. Also, if you can, please rake fallen leaves out of the lake bed.
  3. Please do not throw brush or branches into the lake, as they end up at the dam clogging the sluice gate debris rack and inhibiting control of the water level.

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Monday morning, August 28th

See the FAQ page for information and warnings
about Copper Sulfate treatment for algae control