Do your bit for Lone’s water quality

Do your bit for Lone’s water quality: Become an Invasive Species Volunteer LLPOA is happy to announce that it received a grant from the Aitkin County AIS Fund to hire trained inspectors to work on weekends at the Lone Lake public launch this summer. The grant stipulates that the lake association must provide volunteers for…

Lakeshore Landscaping Class

Reducing Runoff, Erosion Prevention & Lakeshore Landscaping Design Class May 30 from 9 a.m. – noon, plus optional activity from 1-3 p.m. Instructor: Jim Ravis, Minnesota Master Gardener. At Glory Baptist Church, 28053 360th Ave., Aitkin. . One of the keys to keeping Lone Lake’s water quality high is reducing run-off from surrounding lake home…

Welcome friends – it’s summer at the lake

Welcome back to another great summer on Lone Lake. Your lake association has many activities planned for this summer that include something for everyone in your family. Time at the lake is precious and we would like you to become involved in our lake association whenever possible to help enhance, protect and preserve the beauty…

Training for new AIS Volunteers

Training for new Aquatic Invasive Species boat launch volunteers: May 30 from 9 – 10:30 a.m. (followed by an optional 1.5 hour informational session) at Hazelton Township Hall. LLPOA urges you to become a boat inspection volunteer. People who volunteer in this role are vital to helping Lone Lake stay free of invasive species. New…