by steve petter • MPA board member Each year, members donate more than $30K to the MPA to help protect Moose Pond from invasive species, monitor lake health, educate property
by bill dexter • mpa board member Did you know that PHOSPHORUS is one of the more damaging substances that makes its way into Moose Pond? It is. An excess
Happy holidays to all of you. I hope this latest version of the MPA’s Moose Pond Matters newsletter finds you happy and well. I want to thank our paying members
by Scott Frame – Adapted with appreciation from kezar lake watershed association • Middle Basin resident • MPA board member since 2019 • 45+ years on the lake A momentary
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by Boat Ed, A Division of Kalkomey Enterprises, LLC We discovered this official boating handbook on-line and we wanted to share it with you. The handbook introduces you to Maine
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While boating on Moose Pond, Please be aware of these buoys.n For more info, the button below.
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Prevent erosion of your camp road Maintain a buffer strip of vegetation near the shore. Seed and mulch bare soil. Don’t disturb the pine needles or ground cover. Don’t