2017 Lake Treatment Has Concluded
The Cazenovia Lake Association is pleased to announce that the Renovate treatment application for 2017 has concluded as of Monday, June 12.
This year, we were able to treat 190 acres of the lake to address the growth of Eurasian Water Milfoil, a highly invasive species of weed.
Renovate was applied to areas of the lake that exhibited the greatest density of invasive weeds. Other portions of the lake will continue to be maintained by the Town of Cazenovia weed harvester. The southwest portion of the lake will be a test area this season for naturally occurring weed-eating moths.
Treatment and care of the lake is truly a community effort, and we are thankful to our donors who helped make this year’s treatment possible.
Have a great summer on the lake!