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Swans with signets lead the airboat around the lake. You'll have to look hard to see three baby swans. This was the third year of treating the lake for milfoil. We are hopeful this year's treatment will have extended benefits. The product, Renovate, is in flake form rather than liquid. Read more about Renovate by clicking here.




It was a beautiful day on the lake. Above left Ken, Shawn and Marc survey the waterscape before treatment begins. The primary target of treament this year is Little Mishnock. The picture on the right shows the air boat in action in 2005.