COMMUNITY LAKES ASSOCIATION
GREENWOOD SINCE 1986 WOODSTOCK
The Community Lakes Association protects and improves the ecosystems of our lakes and ponds and promotes respectful stewardship among all users of the waterways in Greenwood and Woodstock.
We accomplish this by:
- Educating ourselves and others on issues and practices that help preserve our ponds.
- Supporting activities that assure maintenance of high environmental standards.
- Fighting the introduction or spread of invasive species.
Membership is open to everyone who loves these ponds and lakes.
News and Events
- Due to COVID 19, the following CLA events have been canceled:
- Canceled: The 2020 Annual Meeting of the Community Lakes Association
- Canceled: 2020 Invasive Plant Patrol (IPP) Paddles
- A link to the Aquatic Invasive Plant Quick Key, from the Lake Stewards of Maine, has been added to the Resources page.
- Facebook Group names are provided for the pond's that have one. The information is included on each Pond's page.
- The CLA 2020 Spring Newsletter has been published: Click or Tap Here
- New pictures were added on the Milfoil page of recent efforts of two CLA volunteers, Ed Leonard and Donnie Porter, to remove the fence located at Pump House cove in Bryant Pond.
- A new series of articles is being included on the "Know Your Lake page". This first article has been added and provides information on Dissolved Oxygen and Lake Layers (Stratification).
- Check out new pictures added on the Gallery page
CLA has undertaken a multi-year effort to rid invasive plants from several of our ponds. Although we have dedicated members and grants to assist us, we can't do it alone - we desperately need volunteers for everything from planning to monitoring to assisting with removal. If you can spare a few hours, please contact us.