Adopt a Drain
Weaver Lake has ongoing challenges with excess phosphorus loading contributing to undesirable algae growth. This algae is particularly noticeable during the spring algae blooms.
Sources of the increased phosphorus load include debris such as leaves, lawn clippings, fertilizer, animal waste, detergents, insecticides, soil/dirt, and other nutrients that make their way into the lake via the storm drains within our watershed.
There is no better way to help protect Weaver Lake than by adopting a drain. Once waste from the street reaches the lake, it is much harder to remove. Help stop trash & excess phosphorus from entering our waters. To join the adoption team, contact Dave Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
There is no better way to play a part in protecting Weaver Lake than adopting a drain. This is the #1 way to keep Weaver Lake clean and clear for decades. Once this waste from the streets reaches the lake, it is much harder to remove. Help stop trash and excess phosphorus from entering our waters.
In 2018 members kept an estimated 687 pounds debris out of Weaver Lake!