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15. June 2019 · Comments Off on It’s Time to Pull Water Chestnuts Again · Categories: AIS, Events, Water quality

To help reduce the spread of this aquatic invasive species, a water chestnut hand-pulling event is planned for Saturday, June 22, 9:00 am – 11:00 am. We need two dozen volunteers for this event to be successful. Please meet at ONE TREE ISLAND with your kayak, canoe, rowboat, raft, or any vessel that can navigate very shallow water. Don’t forget heavy gloves and perhaps a rake. A few teams of volunteers will be dispersed to various coves around the lake where water chestnut growth has been identified. Pulled weeds will be transferred to the ECO-Harvester and brought to shore for disposal. In the event of pouring rain or lightning, the ‘pull’ will take place at the same time on Sunday, June 23. Please come and be part of the solution.

This year, some of the water chestnuts will be pulled with the ECO-Harvester. However, due to the risk of damage to the harvester drum, the harvester cannot run in the very shallow water where many of the water chestnuts are growing.

09. June 2019 · Comments Off on HABs Information Meeting Well Attended · Categories: Water quality

Dozens of community members attended an important meeting at the KLIA Hall on June 8th. The subject? Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs). Representatives from NYSDEC and the Columbia County DOH discussed what HABs are, why they are now more prevalent in NYS waterbodies, how to recognize HABs, and what to do when you see them. Bottom line – – Know It, Avoid It, Report It! Visit this new DEC website to learn important information about HABs. Please learn to recognize HABs and avoid them if you see them.

https://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/77118.html

 
03. June 2019 · Comments Off on Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) Public Information Meeting · Categories: Water quality

Image result for harmful algal bloom photosPlease note that the HABs Public Information Meeting has been rescheduled to this coming Saturday, June 8th, 10:00am at the KLIA Hall. Representatives from DEC and the County Health Dept will make presentations and answer any of your questions about HABs. Please be present to become more informed about this important subject impacting so many waterbodies. This is a public meeting open to all community residents.

29. March 2019 · Comments Off on Water Level to Rise · Categories: Uncategorized

Tomorrow, 3/30, the sluice gate will be closed and the flashboards added to the top of the dam spillway. The lake level will start to rise to summer levels. As always, the speed of the rise will be weather dependent. See you out there soon!

04. March 2019 · Comments Off on Winter 2019 KLC News · Categories: Area news, Newsletter

The Winter 2019 KLC News is now available HERE and on our NEWSLETTERS page.

Articles include: A Day on the Harvester, HABs Public Information Meeting, Launch Site Parking Issues, Merchandise Update, News from the Dam, KLC Community Lake Day, Fish Committee, The Year in Review, Annual Notice of Copper Sulfate Treatment, Dates to Remember

03. December 2018 · Comments Off on Don’t Forget KLC Merchandise for the Holidays · Categories: General Information

Please don’t forget about KLC logo merchandise for some of your holiday shopping needs. Many products will be sold at discounts up to 50%. We also have some new merchandise, shown below – 16oz ceramic mugs for $10 (two for $18) and 16oz glasses for $6, both with new logos.

All merchandise can be seen on the MERCHANDISE page and purchased by contacting Pete Walkes at 914-217-6770 or 17freebyrd@gmail.com

31. October 2018 · Comments Off on Research Study Survey · Categories: Uncategorized

You are invited to participate in a short survey as part of the research study by Amanda Setteducate from the Lake Management Masters Program at SUNY Oneonta. The purpose of the survey is to gather information on stakeholder concerns about Kinderhook Lake and is specifically targeted to those individuals and families who use Kinderhook Lake recreationally. Thank you for participating.
Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5LD5HJB

 
27. September 2018 · Comments Off on Lake Drawdown to Begin Soon · Categories: Uncategorized

A reminder that on October 15th, the dam sluice gate will be opened wide to begin lowering the level of the lake. As approved by DEC, the lake is lowered approximately 4.5-feet in order to protect shoreline areas and docks from ice damage over the winter and early spring. Regardless of the drawdown, please keep in mind that water and ice levels may vary over the winter and spring depending on weather conditions. Therefore, we strongly recommend that if you have any shoreline maintenance projects planned, that they are completed this fall. The lake will be raised back to summer levels in early spring after all the ice melts.

18. September 2018 · Comments Off on Kinderhook Lake Selected for Study by Grad Student · Categories: AIS, General Information, Water quality, Water treatment

Kinderhook Lake has been selected for study by a student in the Professional Science Master’s Lake Management Program at the State University of NY at Oneonta. This is the only Lake Management degree program in the US. Over the course of one year, Amanda Setteducate will study and evaluate the lake’s water quality and nutrient levels, invasive species, watershed, and issues important to the lake community. It is expected that the study will result in a report that will provide recommendations for implementation of future lake management efforts. The KLC Board of Directors and Water Quality Committee is excited to work with Amanda and is looking forward to receiving assistance from her and the Lake Management program.

You can read more at Lake Management Graduate Program. If you have any questions about the Program or what Amanda will be doing at Kinderhook Lake, you can contact her at settan29@oneonta.edu.

 

 

28. August 2018 · Comments Off on Copper Sulfate Treatment – August 29th · Categories: Uncategorized

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Wednesday evening, August 29th

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