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The Oregon Lakes Association was formed as a nonprofit organization in 1991. The Oregon Lakes Association's mission is to promote the understanding, protection, and thoughtful management of lake and watershed ecosystems in Oregon.

OLA members are anglers, boaters, scientists, business people, lakefront homeowners, and others who share a common concern - the health and continued enjoyment of our lakes and reservoirs. Through OLA, individuals and organizations with diverse interests join together to speak with one voice for better management and protection of a unique heritage that we all cherish - clean lakes for all Oregonians to enjoy.

As a chapter of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS), OLA is part of a growing international network of individuals and organizations with an interest in lakes and their management.

Learn more about the Oregon Lakes Association.

 
 


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The Rebirth of Polluted Lake Apopka - In July 1980, Tower Chemical Company (TCC), a local pesticide manufacturer, improperly disposed of significant amounts of DDE, a known endocrine disruptor, along with other toxic chemicals. As a result, these chemicals spilled into Lake Apopka which has caused health problems in much of the lake's wildlife population, and has caused infertility and other sexual disorders in several species, including alligators.


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