Cloverleaf Lakes Protective Association
Happy New Year Cloverleaf Lakes Community!
A word regarding anticipated water levels.
The elevated water height and related standing water issues that residents experienced in the spring of 2023 are believed to be the result of beavers building dams. Evidence is the elimination of standing water and 10″ of lake water level reduction immediately after the beaver dams were dismantled and removed in May 2023.
The beavers appear to have rebuilt dams resulting in the water level at the end of 2023 being 3 inches higher than the water level was on the same day in 2022.
This information is intended to communicate that the spring of 2024 will likely bring even more standing water than 2023 levels and that your help in volunteering to assist with beaver dam removal will be needed again in spring.
We very much need the community to come together and are appealing for help from all ages of the community to volunteer.
We appreciate the opportunity to add your name to our email list of volunteers. We will use the list to share dialogue regarding a plan. Please e mail your contact information to: Kevin Goodman at email@example.com
Beaver Bounty $20 per!
The Cloverleaf Lakes Protective Association board members had a special meeting in October 2023 to discuss a recommendation to work with the DNR on a two-year plan to address invasive weeds in our lakes. Details are in the attachments below.