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Sea Walls’ Impact on Water Quality

Education, News November 12, 2018

The photo here shows a seawall on Glen Lake that has been replaced by a natural shoreline.   Do you…

Can Drones Be Useful in Monitoring Water Quality?

Education, News October 19, 2018

  On October 17th, GLA Watershed Biologist Rob Karner, together with Dennis Wiand, Owner of Zero Gravity, LLC, presented a…

Salmon in the Crystal River

Education, News October 9, 2018

“If you can, get out in a canoe or kayak and start at the headwaters of the Crystal River and…

Share Summer Photos With Us

Education, News September 11, 2018

After a spectacular summer and warm days filled with family, friends and fun, share one of your favorite Glen Lake/…

Thank You to Our New Glen Lake Guardians!

Education, News August 31, 2018

  The Guardian program educates and advocates protecting Glen Lake/Crystal River Watershed by engaging in best practices. Guardians voluntarily pledge to…

Merganser Relocation Update

Education, News August 14, 2018

It takes a team…but each relocation of a merganser brood helps us to reduce the occurrence of Swimmer’s Itch. 11…

Annual Meeting is August 11

Education, News August 3, 2018

GLA’s Annual Meeting to Include Updates and Member Recognition Our Annual meeting is Saturday, August 11 at 10 a.m.  Come…

Task Force Named to Monitor Hatlem Pond & Creek

Education, News July 24, 2018

Hatlem Pond was dredged in 2014 and has been filling in with accumulated sediment, as expected. The questions that are…

Swimmer’s Itch Control Update

Education, News July 10, 2018

Thank you to everyone who’s reported Swimmer’s Itch cases online as well as Common Merganser brood sightings–we’ve been monitoring reports…