| By Jess Murphy:On topics ranging from invasive species prevention to leveraging non-traditional partnerships for positive change, the Lake Hopatcong Foundation had the opportunity to learn from scientists, lobbyists, fellow nonprofits, and other experts at the 7th Annual Delaware River Watershed Forum on October 16 and 17 in Allentown, Penn.

By Holly Odgers | LHF: The leaves are falling, signaling such autumn tasks as yard cleanups and pulling and winterizing boats. While you make your winter preparations, please keep the following tips in mind to protect our beautiful lake.

On a beautiful fall day at Lake Hopatcong, the Lake Hopatcong Foundation held it's annual Lake Loop 2019 with over 225 participants, which is the highest in their eight-year history.

Lake Loop 2019 isn’t just an athletic event though, it’s so much more! Whether you are doing one or all of the events, there will be an area to relax, eat, and enjoy some live entertainment before and after your event.

Tom Lentine of Byram leads a very busy lifestyle that involves lots of Business Travel, and he is in the process of moving into another home. Regardless of his schedule, Tom has time for Lake Loop 2019, one of his most favorite rides.

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has lifted harmful algal bloom advisories for additional areas of Lake Hopatcong, bringing to 87 percent the total area of the lake no longer under water recreation advisory.

The Lake Hopatcong Foundation will be holding the annual Mayors Corner during the 2019 Lake Loop, where the public can use this rare opportunity to catch all four Mayors in one place to answer your pressing questions.

By Lake Hopatcong Foundation: In this installment of our Lake-Friendly Living Guide, we share simple ways to conserve water inside and outside your home. 

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