Turf specialist Mary Owen (Extension Turf Team Leader and Specialist for University of MA) discussed the topic "Better Lawn, Better Lake: How to have a Green Lawn without having a Green Crystal Lake". Click here for full announcement.
The 2012 Open Annual Forum was held at the Hyde Community Center in Newton Highlands on October 25, 2012. Read about CLC's 2012 Water Analysis and view all presentations from the event.
Click here to open the Spring 2012 CLC Newsletter
The Annual Forum was held on Monday, October 24, 2011 7:00-9:00 pm in the Druker Auditorium of the Newton Public Library.
Larry Beals, Limnologist and President of Beals Associates
Maria Rose, Environmental Engineer for the City of Newton
The public learned more about the health of Crystal Lake, the impact of activities within its watershed and the key issue of storm-water management. Attendees also had the opportunity to view stunning photography of Crystal Lake by Marcie Scudder and Ken Bernstein. To learn more, see the full CLC Annual Forum Announcement attached.
Click here to read the Fall Newsletter.
Please stop by the Crystal Lake Conservancy's booth at the Harvest Fair (Newton Center) on Sunday, October 16. Learn more about the work we are doing and sign up to become a member and/or volunteer.
Over the past few months, the Newton Tab has published two Op-Eds regarding the CLC's ongoing approach to testing the water and evaluating the overall health of the lake:
Newton Tab Op-Ed (Aug 1, '11) by CLC's Janice Bourque
Newton Op-Ed (Mau 7, '11) by CLC's Januice Bourque
Thanks to all who stopped by the Conservancy's booth at Newton Highlands Village Day. It's not too late to learn more about our efforts, sign up to volunteer for water testing this summer, or just to buy some of the CLC merchandise. Just email us or click on the "Volunteer" tab!
Crystal Lake Conservancy