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Lake Minnewashta Preservation Association Annual Meeting and Pot Luck Dinner Reminder

Lake Minnewashta Preservation Association (LMPA) Annual Meeting and Pot Luck Dinner Date: Sunday 10/28/18 Time: 4-7pm Place: Camp Tanadoona, Tanadoona Drive, Chanhassen The Lake Minnewashta Preservation Association is hosting its Annual Meeting and Pot Luck Dinner. This is a great … Continue reading

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How the zebra mussels scourge spread across Minnesota – StarTribune.com

How the zebra mussels scourge spread across Minnesota – StarTribune.com Tony Kennedy LAKE WINNIBIGOSHISH, MINN. Summer after summer, Pat Rooney looked out at this revered North Woods lake, hoping the tea-colored waters that lured so many anglers also provided a … Continue reading

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Camp Tanadoona Open House on October 3rd

Our good neighbors at Camp Tanadoona are having an Open House on October 3rd and YOU’RE INVITED… Here are the details: OPEN HOUSE: TANA-RE-DOONA CAPITAL CAMPAIGN Wednesday, October 3 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Program begins at 5:30 p.m. Location: Tanadoona … Continue reading

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Did You Lose a Pontoon Boat???

Hey Lake Minnewashta users. Did you lose a Pontoon boat? This washed boat up on the beach over by 3331 Shore Drive on the North side of Lake Minnewashta

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Zebra Mussel DNA Confirmed in Lake Minnewashta

On June 28th, 2018, a lone adult zebra mussel was found at the Pleasant Acres Homeowners Association launch area. It was in about 4 feet of water, inside the HOA’s dock system, within 100 feet of shore. No other mussels … Continue reading

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Plant for pollinators this fall

We may be headed into fall colors, cooler weather, and less daylight, but gardening doesn’t have to be all about preparing our garden beds for winter. There is still time to add native plants to your landscape to provide food … Continue reading

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