We who are privileged to live here form a culture of care for the lake and its surroundings.
Sixteen new no-wake buoys will be installed at critical points around Hayden Lake in mid-August.
The Hayden Lake Watershed Improvement District is sponsoring the Spring ’22 Lake Debris Removal Program to rid the lake waters of hazards to navigation.
Good forest management is required to achieve forest health and help avoid catastrophic fires. The
The City of Hayden plans to build a new, permanent facility to house the Sheriff’s Marine Division boat on Hayden Lake.
Hayden Lake has been central in the Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISD) sites in recent weeks. Since July is the month for invasive Eurasian Watermilfoil / Hybrid Watermilfoil (EWM) to reach its nuisance stage, ISDA has worked diligently to identify infestations and treat them responsibly.
The Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) is charged with managing invasive aquatic plants across Idaho. Current invaders in Hayden Lake include Curlyleaf Pondweed and Eurasian and Hybrid Milfoil. ISDA makes every effort to target these invasive weeds with the least impact on native plants or the natural ecosystem. We are grateful for their investment in Hayden Lake and their service to the Lake and its residents.
High winds down the Hayden Lake Watershed whipped up the waters of the lake on
On April 13, the HLWID hosted the 2021 Annual Spring Community Meeting: Weeds and More. This second in a series of three posts summarizes Dr. Kim Holzer/ISDA’s presentation on managing native aquatic plants for invasive weed suppression. (Part 1: 2021 Weed Treatment Plans; Part 3: KCSO on Hayden Lake)
On April 13, the HLWID hosted the 2021 Annual Spring Community Meeting: Weeds and More. This first in a series of three posts summarizes Jeremey Varley, ISDA’s Noxious Weeds Specialist’s presentation on this year’s invasive and noxious weed treatment plans. (Part 2: Managing Native Plants; Part 3: KCSO on Hayden Lake)