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If you fertilize your lawn please use non-phosphorous fertilizer. It also helps to stay back away from the water’s edge in applying it. Fertilizers cause unwanted lake weed growth.
For the most part, Lake Carlos has been spared any major infestation of tent caterpillars for the last couple of years. If a major infestation occurs, neighborhood groups will join together to arrange for aerial spraying. Ground surface-level spraying is … Continue reading
Douglas County Water and Conservation District is providing grants to help keep our lakes clean. Luther Crest Bible Camp and several lake owners on Lake Carlos have received funding to assist in lakeshore area improvement projects. LCAA is the sponsoring … Continue reading
Lake Carlos is one of approximately twenty-five lakes in the state included in the Sentinel lake study. This long-term term study follows a large variety of factors including lake pollution, water temperatures, habitat changes, and overall health of the lake … Continue reading
One of the joys of living on the lake is to be able to walk down to the dock at night and look at the stars. Even in the winter, we can get away from the city lights. The serenity … Continue reading