AIS Harvesting & Opt-Out

Notice of Treatment
Lake Augusta Association
13699 102nd St NW, South Haven, MN 55382

Lake Augusta Association members and Lake Augusta property owners will be Harvesting Eurasian Watermilfoil and Curly Leaf Pondweed in 2018.  This is tentatively scheduled during the 3rd week of June 2018. 

Only Mechanical Removal is planned for 2018.  No chemical Pesticides will be used.  This year, we will be using:  Warner Outdoor Solutions.  Note:  Dockside has merged with Warners Outdoor Solutions.

http://www.warnersoutdoorsolutions.com/landscape/lake-weed-harvesting/

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has giving approval to the Lake Augusta Association to use alternate means to notify property owners of upcoming Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) treatment plans for our lake as opposed to the previous method of property owners signing the AIS Treatment form approving treatment. Notifications may be done by one or more of the following ways: news media releases, public meetings, mailings, public notices in the local newspaper and the Lake Augusta website; www.lakeaugusta.mylaketown.com The time frame of treatment will be approximately May 1 to September 1, 2018. The methods of treatment will be mechanical or chemical. To Opt Out of treatment, property owners must request in writing that treatment not occur adjacent to the property owners property. To Opt Out your letter must be received by the Lake Augusta Lake Association, 13699 102nd St NW, South Haven, MN 55382 by June 15, 2018.

Also published in the Annandale Advocate and the
Tri-County Kimball newspapers.

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