LSM Newsletter: the Water Column
Current Edition: In production for a February mailing to LSM volunteers.
Digital version will be available soon.
The article “What role do soil and sediment play in damping or enhancing eutrophication?” by Dr. Stephen A. Norton and Tristan G.S. Taber will be appearing in this edition and is also published in the Maine Association of Soil Scientists.
2021 – 2022 Edition
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In this issue:
Executive Director’s Message
A Brief History of LSM
Seven Ways To Monitor and Document the Effects of Climate Change on Your Lake
“Code Red” for the Climate and for Lakes: What is Our Response as Lake Stewards?
We reached our goal! 50k for the Future Lake Stewards of Maine
BloomWatch: Harnessing the Power of Citizen Science Through Collaborative Monitoring of Cyanobacteria Blooms
2021 Webinar Series
Thank You to our Generous Donors! (Pages 19-22)
Lovejoy Pond IPPers Lead Citizen Science Class for Teens
An Interview with Sookie Weymouth
Lake Stewards of Maine Recipe
Reflections on LSM’s 50 Years
A Plant Paddling Summer
New Invader found in the Belgrades
Milfoil Mission Accomplished- Cushman Pond in Lovell “milfoil free” after a 27 year battle!
A Day in the Life of an IPPer
Implementing Survey123 with the Invasive Aquatic Species Program
Maine Field Guide to Aquatic Phenomena
Inflated Bladderwort (also Swollen Bladderwort)
Meet our new staff and intern at LSM!
Passings (Pages 35-36)
Gerald Nelson Memorial Fund
LSM Volunteers Are Among the Longest-Serving Volunteers in the Nation! (Pages 39-42)
Watershed Survey Grants Available
Interested in Interning with LSM?