LHF: By: Donna Macalle-Holly - Please join us on Thursday, December 10, at 12:30 pm for the eighth and final presentation this year in our “Thirst for Knowledge” lunch-and-learn webinar series, "Controlling HABs at Lake Hopatcong” hosted by Dr. Fred Lubnow, Limnologist and Director of Aquatic Resources at Princeton Hydro. 

The Lake Hopatcong region has miles of trails that have been created for both the hiker, and the runner. In the following article Joe Dylan shares best practices for when running the trails.

The Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum has received permission from the state to open the museum, by appointment only.  A maximum of six visitors will be allowed at any time, and masks are required.  If you would like to reserve a time to visit, please call us at 973.398.2616 or email lhhistory@att.net.

The Lake Hopatcong Commission provided an update regarding the annual drawdown on Lake Hopatcong for this year, the Drawdown is expected to start on or about November 1st, 2020 depending on the lake level the water will be brought down 22" from its normal 9-foot ideal level.

Testing completed by NJDEP on September 22nd confirmed the advisory level of the harmful algal bloom in Crescent Cove has been reduced from the DEP ADVISORY level to the WATCH level. Three samples were collected throughout the cove and results can be found on DEP’s HAB Dashboard at the link below.

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