All Things Pleasant on the Lake
Mother Loon was observed on the nesting raft this past week and Father Loon was close at hand. Soon after, Mother laid two beautiful loon eggs. Mother and Father Loon take turns on the nest now, switching every three to four hours. This is their eleventh year together and they are a close team.
Lake Guest Info
We hope you enjoy your day boating here on Pleasant Lake! For your safety and enjoyment as well as that of others, please follow these important boating and fishing rules.
Japanese Knotweed is an aggressive invasive plant that is rapidly gaining a foothold in New London and the Pleasant Lake Watershed. Although not an aquatic weed, the spread of this plant could impact the natural habitat and erosion resistance qualities around Pleasant Lake.
Septic System Basics
Many homeowners rely on a buried and poorly understood on-site septic system to treat and discharge hundreds of gallons of wastewater and... Read More
How a Lake Works / Stewardship
A lake reflects a complex interaction of many geologic, biologic, chemical, and other factors. To properly and effectively protect a lake, it is important for everyone within a watershed to understand how a lake works so that appropriate stewardship behaviors can be adopted.
Get the Lead Out
The Pleasant Lake Protective Association asks that you all please consider participating in the PLPA "Get The Lead Out!" campaign.