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HUBBARD COUNTY COALITION OF LAKE ASSOCIATIONS

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A recent research project involving several Hubbard County lakes is studying the increase in an invasive type of cattail.
Each year, Hubbard County has a few more places where these unwanted invaders are identified, according to Greg Hensel, Hubbard County Parks and Recreation supervisor and agricultural inspector.
According to a news release, the award “recognizes people, groups and organizations who have gone above and beyond to contribute to MAISRC's mission: advancing aquatic invasive species (AIS) knowledge, and inspiring action to protect and restore Minnesota’s cherished lakes, rivers and wetlands.”
Any Hubbard County shoreline owner can request a free, no obligation consultation visit by emailing HCCOLAmn@gmail.com.
It appeared there had been at least an attempted release of something from the aquarium into the lake. Did the aquarium break before the release or after?
The Hubbard County Coalition of Lake Associations (COLA) will once again distribute free, lead-free fishing tackle samples at the upcoming Hubbard County Fair.

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Dr. Leif G. Olmanson, research associate for the University of Minnesota Department of Forest Resources, will explain how the water quality data collected by Hubbard County Coalition of Lake Association volunteers is used in combination with satellite data to extract lake water quality data for all lakes in Minnesota.
Nick Baum, the Minnesota DNR conservation officer for the Park Rapids area, will help us understand his role and how it varies from other DNR roles and more.
The proposed route of the Itasca-Heartland Connection Trail passes through this parcel, located northwest of Emmaville in Clay Township.

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