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Permits and Supporting Information Page
These images have been provided to us from a variety of sources for use in the pursuit of both hand harvest and herbicide application permits from both the NYS DEC and the APA.
Permits and Permission
Granting Documents

6-2015 thru Dec 31 Beaver Permit- Allows for the management of beavers in Eagle Lake.

1-22-2012 Adopt-A-Natural Resource Permit- a 5 year memorandum of agreement between the DEC and ELPOI to allow ELPOI members to assist with the regulation of Eagle Lakes water level by installation of, and removal of, spillway boards at the dam located at the western end of Eagle Lake. It also provides permission to remove debris from beavers from the spillway, disturbance of other impediments is by a separate permit.

9-2012 Beaver Removal Permit- Allows for the management of beavers in Eagle Lake. Second permit issued for this year, with ELPOI address changed.

1-2012 Beaver Removal Permit- Allows for the management of beavers in Eagle Lake.

8-2011 Beaver Removal Permit- Allows for the management of beavers in Eagle Lake.

October 2008 Beaver Removal Permit

Beaver Control Techniques NYS DEC Removal Guide

Summer 2008 DEC approves lumber tarp as a benthic barrier (Fred Dunlap)

2008 Lumber Tarp MSDS

2008 Beneficial Use Determination: DEC's okay to use mill wire as a benthic barrier

2008 APA 2 meter or less: hand harvest permit

2008 OGS Non-Jurisdictional letter: for waters less than 2 meters

2006 Spring Adopt-A-Natural Resource (Renewal When Available)

2005 OGS Letter: Determination of lake bottom ownership

2005 APA Non-Jurisdictional letter: for hand harvesting in waters greater than 2 meters

2005 DEC Non-Jurisdictional letter: for hand harvesting in waters greater than 2 meters

Adopt-A-Natural Resource- Resource stewardship program description.

2000 Adopt-A-Natural Resource a 5 year memorandum of agreement between the DEC and ELPOI to allow ELPOI members to assist with the regulation of Eagle Lakes water level by installation of, and removal of, spillway boards at the dam located at the western end of Eagle Lake. It also provides permission to remove debris from beavers from the spillway, disturbance of other impediments is by a separate permit.

2002 CSLAP notice of payment required for membership with the NYS Federation of Lakes to continue CSLAP.

11-21-1999 Federation of Lakes and NYS DEC: Application for membership with CSLAP

Adopt-A-Highway (When Available)