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Cazenovia Lake Association Controls Invasive Eurasian Milfoil
The Cazenovia Lake Association in coordination with the town, state Department of Environmental Conservation and other entities is continually looking for methods to control the spread of the invasive Eurasian Milfoil weed. The two methods that are currently employed are the use of a weed harvester and the use of an herbicide.

The control of the milfoil is very important because studies have shown that if unchecked it can damage the overall health of the lake. Additionally, a study was performed by The Cazenovia Lake Foundation on the economic effect of the lake on the Cazenovia community. The study is very thorough and scientific, utilizing hard data gathered via research, local business input and a survey of residents.



 
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