• Spring is Here!

    Looking Forward to a Bright and Successful 2017.

    With the addition of new board members and our new Executive Director, the Lake Minnetonka Association is in a solid position to move forward with new projects, events and programs, increasing public awareness about Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) and strengthening efforts to control its spread.

    There are many exciting things in the works, including:

    --Researching and advocating for new and updated methods to prevent the introduction of new AIS into Lake Minnetonka.

    --The management and treatment of watermilfoil and curlyleaf pondweed in select bays in the lake. Through the efforts of our wonderful Bay Captains and the support of the Lake Minnetonka Association, treatments have been very effective.

    --The expansion of lake clean-up efforts to remove trash. The collaborative clean-up events at Cruiser’s Cove have proven to be a good model.

    --Special events and educational workshops that focus on the protection and preservation of Lake Minnetonka, and promote social interaction among members.

    --Connecting and communicating with our members and the lake community – an important factor in creating a unified voice in advocating for the protection of our lake and the concerns of its residents and business owners.

    The Lake Minnetonka Association and its members are the eyes and ears on issues affecting our lake and our community. In addition, we work at the local and state level to provide better protection, extend our reach, and broaden support.


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