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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers visit 2001 Photo Page
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers came to the lake to assess the potential value in completing a milfoil removal project through their office. Ultimately they said that the project was too small for them to consider BUT that we do have a significant problem. Bob Johnson from Cornell University was also on site looking for the presence of biological controls that he determined had established a natural presence in the lake. While he was able to find a significant population of both Acentria Moths and Weevils, samples sent to him in the future had only a small number of the organisms present.
Additional communications including the follow up on the request for inclusion in the Army Corps of Engineers Ecosystem Restoration Project; the original request to Congressman Sweeney for Inclusion in the Water Front Revitalization Act; and the final report generated after their visit can all be viewed.

  • ELPOI Web Cameras Page- A live video feed and still images time lapsed from Eagle Lake's cameras. The current views is looking south west at the causeway and south east at Charles Island.
  • Photo Albums Page- Links to pages of photographs from Eagle Lake. 1999 to the present, with limited historical photographs from the early 1900's.
  • Videos from Eagle Lake Page- Videos documenting milfoil and the removal process along with other videos relating to Eagle Lake.