Attached is a report from WNY PRISM (Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management) on a study conducted in Silver Lake earlier this year. This will also be included on our Water Quality page when this post is deleted.
Chapters #35 – #38 are now included on the SLA history page. These stories encompass the years of the 2000’s.
This makes interesting reading if you have a concern over the Silver Lake water Level.
The SLA Water Quality page now has the 2015 CSLAP and water quality reports. Just click on the links provided on the Water Quality page of this site.
At the June 2016 SLA monthly meeting our guest speaker Ellen Folts joined our Water Quality Co-chair Frank Bright and presented an informational water quality and plantings presentation to show how we can help preserve Silver Lake. About 40 people were in attendance for this interesting program. Click on this link to see what you can do.
This link will also be displayed on the Water Quality page of this site.
Our June 2016 Water Quality report is also included:
New chapters were added to the SLA History of the 2000’s collection . #32 Membership, #33 Website/computer, #34 SLA Directory, are this month’s stories. Enjoy the reading of this important era of the SLA.
The history of the SLA has been updated with 4 more chapters (#27 – #30).
The final chapter (#52) is completed which finishes the 50 year history up to the year of 2011. I hope that the reading was educational as well as entertaining for you as it was for me. Comments that you would like to share about this story would be appreciated.
This picture of the eagles on Silver Lake was taken by a resident and sent to me. I put it on our SLA FaceBook page and it has received over 6600 hits in a couple of days. Our FB followers increased by 46 (141). Thanks to everyone that follows and shows interest in Silver Lake. A few inches of snow and cold temps here at the lake, but the lake is still not frozen completely over. I will keep everyone updated.
The first ice over of Silver Lake this season didn’t happen until January 2016. The picture was sent via the website from a lake resident. She captured the beauty of this winter season. So spectacular!