New board member: Maureen Sanford

NEW BOARD MEMBER Maureen Sanford: “Here’s a picture from this past summer – fishing in Kodiak, Alaska.. “I have been coming up to Lone Lake with my family since I was 5.  The ‘cabin’ my parents purchased in 1988, was the original Maude Klingelhoffer family farmhouse.  Currently, the cabin is owned by two of my…

How clear is Lone Lake? See how water clarity is tracked

Every year, as soon as the ice goes out, Dave Scott, LLPOA board member and Water Quality team leader, begins to measure the clarity of Lone Lake’s water.  He sends those readings to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA). His back-up testers have included Jerry Nelson and others. We’ve presented his numbers to you before,…

Interested in learning more?

Learn more about how University of Minnesota scientists are researching solutions to aquatic invasive species problems in our lakes and rivers CLICK HERE Are you a citizen scientist? You can become part of a network of trained volunteers eager to make a difference around the state. The AIS Detector program, started last year by the…

County shares results from AIS inspections

Lone Lake was one of fourteen lakes participating in the Aitkin County Aquatic Invasive Species inspection program this year.  The lakes included Big Pine, Big Sandy, Cedar, Clear, Farm Island, Hill, Lone, Long, Minnewawa, Ripple, Round (Haz), Spirit, Sugar and Wilkins. Of all county lakes, Lone Lake was the 9th in the number of the…

We close the year seeking your thoughts

Hi Lone Lakers, As 2017 closes, the LLPOA Board of Directors would like to thank you for your membership, support and volunteer involvement.  Thank you to the 17 members who came out to the Road Clean-Up on Sept. 9. Some simply enjoyed coffee and rolls and socializing with neighbors; nine members stayed on to clean…