Spring Cleaning

The long winter is over and spring is here. Anglers will flood the parks, hoping to catch the big one. Hikers will explore the paths, and joggers will race past them. Children will throw rocks in the lake and chase the geese. And, inevitably, muskrats, algae, trash and tree overgrowth will begin to ruin your lake. Now is the time for a bit of spring-cleaning. Hands-on lake cleanup is essential to the health of the fish, plants, insects and wildlife …

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