Hardwood Lake Property Owners Association
Established October 23, 1975
If you wondered what all of the different types of weeds were in the lake, click on the link below to see what was found in the annual survey conducted September 16, 2010.
Nymphaea, top, otherwise known as water lily makes up over 25% of the vegetation in the lake littoral zone.
Wild Celery, bottom, is an important source of food for waterfowl and makes up 8% of the vegetation in the lakes littoral zone.
2021 Weed Control
A 23 acre algae treatment is scheduled for July 20. This s along the populated arears of the lake.
July algae treatment
The lake was inspected on June 16 and is scheduled to be treated on June 24, 2021
June treatment map
The lake is scheduled to be treated for 23 acres of algae.
May treatment map
2020 Weed Control
The lake was to be treated on Tuesday, August 18. The areas marked for phragmites and water lily will be done at a later date.
August 18 treatment
The next lake treatment is scheduled for July 21
July 16 treatment map
A lake treatment for algae and milfoil is scheduled for June 29. See the map
June 17 treatment map
There is a 27.75 acre Milfoil treatment scheduled for the week of June 1, 2020See the map
June 1 treatment map
This site last updated 7/15/2021