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Notice

Emily Lakes and Rivers Association

P.O. Box 111

Emily, MN 56447

The Emily Lakes and Rivers Association has contracted to treat Eurasian Watermilfoil, an Aquatic Invasive Species in Lake Emily and Lake Mary in 2024.

 

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has granted the Emily Lakes and Rivers Association a waiver of the requirement that the association obtain the signatures of approval of owners of lake-shore property. Instead, the Emily Lakes and Rivers Association will notify property owners of the treatment through alternate forms. This notice is one form that the Emily Lakes and Rivers Association is using to notify property owners. Other forms include but are not limited to notification through the association’s web page, member newsletter and annual meeting.

 

With regards to the treatment for this year, 2024:

 

1. The proposed date for treatment: June 1, 2024 through October 31, 2024

 

2. The target species for the treatment: Eurasian Watermilfoil

 

3. The method of control or product being used: EPA and MDA registered aquatic herbicides, such as but not limited to Florpyrauxifen-Benzyl, Diquat Dibromide.

 

4. How landowners may request that control not occur adjacent to the landowner's property: If you desire that the treatment of Eurasian Watermilfoil not occur adjacent to your property, please notify the Emily Lakes and Rivers Association immediately at the following address and email address below:

 

Emily Lakes and River Association

P.O. Box 111

Emily, MN 56447

elra@emilylakes.org

Supporting Our Lakes and Rivers

Emily Lakes and Rivers Association is a non-profit organization created in August 2002 with the adoption of the Corporation Articles and By-Laws.

The mission of ELRA is to preserve and support our Emily, Mary, Dahler Lakes and the connecting Little Pine River. Our goal is to enhance the lake experience of our lake and river residents.  From fish stocking and aquatic invasive species treatment and monitoring, to lake education and water quality monitoring, we are committed to maintaining and improving the health of our lakes and rivers.

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