This is the HLWID’s BLOG, bringing you timely and time-related updates on what’s happening throughout the watershed. You will also read, from time-to-time, personal perspectives from guest bloggers on the enduring topics that describe the Hayden Lake Watershed.
The Lake Debris Removal Program is a cooperative, community project. The water surface is publicly owned by the State of Idaho, so you’re on public property when you are on the water. In contrast, the shoreline is mostly private, and we want to be thoughtful about the homeowners and shoreline in Mokins Bay, where we have permission to stage lake debris before its removal in June.
Great news! Travelers along Hayden Creek Road now see a renewed face on the borrow pit near the intersection with Ohio Match Road. At the heart of the facelift is a repaired berm that helps to protect Hayden Creek and, ultimately, Hayden Lake from lead contamination.
Leo Notar has lived in Hayden Lake for over 30 years and is passionate about
The Hayden Lake Watershed Improvement District is sponsoring the Spring ’22 Lake Debris Removal Program to rid the lake waters of hazards to navigation.