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Overlay Districts: “Being the Best”

Education, News November 23, 2020

    Tamaracks dance in the rain on Brooks Lake. Photo by Rob Karner Striving to be the best is…

Overlay Districts Aim to Protect Property Value

Education, News, Uncategorized November 9, 2020

Hatlem Creek in Fall Photo courtesy of Ranae Ihme   In the spirit of preserving property rights and property values…

GLA Weighs In On Mining Operations Statute Changes

Education, News October 19, 2020

A proposed change to an existing state statute regulating the operation of sand and gravel mining operations is being unanimously…

2019 Shoreline Survey Reveals 180 Cases of “Beach Sanding” on Glen Lake

Education, News October 1, 2020

Beach sanding is a term which describes a shoreline practice that creates an artificial “sandy beach” in a place where…

GLA Working to Eliminate Yellow Iris

Education, News September 17, 2020

At left, yellow iris sites on Fisher Lake. The invasive species yellow iris has spread in the watershed over the…

Understanding Overlay Districts

Education, News September 3, 2020

Steep slopes map Every watershed should have a variety of tools to protect the water. Education is one of the…

Glen Lake Association Celebrates 75 years, Rob Karner Recognized for 40 Years of Service

Education, News August 17, 2020

Clear skies and the 80-degree temperatures of a perfect summer afternoon didn’t keep more than 100 people from turning out…

Engineered Seawalls – Are They Appropriate for Glen Lake?

Education, News August 13, 2020

  The 2017 GLA shoreline survey revealed that Glen Lake had a total of 18 engineered seawalls (made of wood,…

GLA’s Annual Meeting is Thursday, August 6

Education, News August 3, 2020

The Glen Lake Association Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, August 6, from 4 pm to 5:15 pm  Please join…

Road End Permitted Uses

Education, News July 20, 2020

The Glen Lake Association (GLA) has been dedicated to protecting, preserving and caring for the Glen Lake/Crystal River Watershed for…