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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

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Water Quality for Great and Long Pond


Pristine water quality for Great and Long Pond is a heritage that we can take for granted, right? It was, in 1908 when the Belgrade Lakes Association was formed.

Today, that’s no longer the case.  It is the responsibility of everyone with an interest in these lakes to help “protect and preserve” them. 

The pages introduced here talk about how lakes work, what the Belgrade Lakes Association is doing to protect water quality, and how you—one person—can help keep them working well for your enjoyment, recreation, and the economic sustainability of the region.   The change—in people, their habits and habitats, and the ways in which they use the lakes—since the Belgrade Lakes Association was formed in 1908, is monumental.  Water quality can no longer be taken for granted.

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The links below provide additional information on Belgrade Lakes Association's Water Quality Programs and other Water Quality subjects that may interest you.

Latest News 

Milfoil / Invasive Plants


Swimmer's Itch

LakeSmart

Phosphorus 

Storm Water Runoff

Camp Roads

What is a Buffer?

Water Quality Terms

Links to Other Water Quality Resources and Organizations 

Belgrade Regional Conservation Alliance 

Maine Department of Environmental Protection

Lakes Environmental Association 


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Mission

To protect and improve the watershed of Great Pond and Long Pond through preservation, education, and action.

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Phone: 207-512-5150

Email:  Info@BlaMaine.org

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