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Shoreline Gardening with Native Plants

The Citizens Lake Monitoring Network has announced their 2022-23 Winter Water Talks online webinar series, and it starts on Tuesday, December 14 with a subject dear to all of our hearts, Shoreline Gardening with Native Plants. Taking good care of our shoreline is the very best thing we can all do to protect Lake of the Falls in the long run. So sign up and learn all about it! Registration is required and can be found at this link. Hope to “see” you at the webinar!

 

Our website is migrating to a new server starting 11/13 and may not be available for a few hours in the next couple of days. It’ll be back, though!

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Pictures from a beautiful year

With the season winding down Di Sino has sent some lovely photos to share, starting with a great shot of that spectacular rainbow we had back in June. She takes good pictures! Click ONCE on any photo to start a slide show. Enjoy!

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Suggested revisions to the bylaws, and a rainbow!

LOFA members, please click here to review the revisions to the bylaws that were submitted at last week’s Annual Meeting by Board member Jim Hannemann. If you have any comments, email them to [email protected] or talk to any Board member before the September 2nd Board meeting. (The current version of our bylaws can be read here.) Thanks.

And while you’re doing that, enjoy this beautiful rainbow over the lake, captured on film (or whatever) by Di Sino. Thanks for the picture, Di! (To really appreciate this, click on the picture to enlarge.)

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Gorgeous

Bonnie H. sent these beautiful Autumn photos from the Turtle River at the south end of the lake. Wow! Thanks, Bonnie!

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