Letter from the President, Lovell Lake Association

Some 60 years ago, several Lovell Lake landowners had the foresight to create our Association primarily for purposes of socialization. Through the years, our organization has both grown and evolved to where our focus is now centered on the quality of the Lovell Lake waters. Regrettably, the COVID-19 pandemic threatens much of what we have accomplished through the years as well as our ability to simply enjoy our lake.

Our highly successful Lake Host program annually inspects some 1,000 incoming boats at the public boat launch for the presence of invasive weeds. It is literally the critical last line of defense in keeping our lake free of very problematic invasive weeds such as milfoil. This program, however, requires financial and human resources to be successful, both of which are threatened by the Covid-19 pandemic. Thus, it remains as important as ever to support our Lake Host program.

We also have long standing programs whereby volunteer landowners periodically inspect assigned shorelines for invasive weeds, and other volunteers regularly collect and test lake water samples for purposes of trending. Once again, these important programs require resources to be effective.

Therefore your financial and volunteer support is as important as ever in spite of the COVID-19 challenges. Please check out the web site tabs for information about membership and donations as well as volunteer opportunities.

Together we will continue to make a difference!


Craig Rowley