Maine Lakes Society added 3 new photos — with Friends of Wilson Lake and University of Maine at Farmington.
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With funding from the United Way, and in collaboration with the University of Maine at Farmington, the Friends of Wilson Lake launched a permanent, year-round water quality monitoring buoy at the deep-hole on Wilson Lake today. The buoy will collect temperature and dissolved oxygen data through the lake profile at 30 minute intervals. Wilson Lake's water clarity has been declining over the past decade. The buoy will provide data that may help the lake association understand why these changes are occurring. (Photo Credits: FOWL, UMF) ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you miss the 48th annual Maine Lakes Conference? Mean to sign up for the Webinar, but it slipped your mind? Well, you can remedy either oversight right now by purchasing the Webinar. You can hear ...