Lake Beseck Living

~All things Lake Beseck brought together in one informative space~

Whether you are interested in family activities in the area, efforts being made toward issues such as weed control and algae of the lake, becoming a volunteer, or you want to stay on top of crime events in the area, this is the place to be.


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Whether you are interested in family activities in the area, curious about efforts being made in regard to issues such as weed control and algae blooms, want to be informed of volunteer opportunities, or you want to stay on top of crime events in the area, this is the place to be!

If you swim, boat, fish or just enjoy the view...

 ASK a SCIENTIST
WORKSHOP
EARTH DAY TUES. APRIL 22
6 P.M.
hosted by Lake Beseck Ad Hoc Committee
 

 

FREE community workshop!

Ask & learn about Beseck Lake from scientists at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Mark June-Wells, Ph.D.- Limnologist and Plant Ecologist, New England Environmental, Inc. and Ed Bailey, Middlefield Second Selectman.

Middlefield Community Center
405 Main St. 


Schedule 

6-7:00 pm: CT Agricultural Experiment Station will talk about threats to CT lakes, teach you to Identify live invasive aquatic plants and differentiate from native species. Ask scientists questions and learn about lakes and management practices. 

7-8:00 pm: 
-Mark June-Wells, Ph.D. - New England Environmental, Inc. will talk about his involvement with Lake Beseck as our Lake Manager, exciting studies that are going on, risks to our lake and grants that have been applied for to help. Mark will answer questions that you may have.
-Second Selecman, Ed Bailey will talk about town efforts to assist with the challenges that Lake Beseck faces.