Spring Harbor Beach Closed Due to Algae Bloom, as of 5/26/23

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Spring Harbor Board

May 27, 2023, 7:46:47 PM5/27/23
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Under the auspices of the Clean Lakes Alliance, Spring Harbor Beach is monitored by a local volunteer, who is one of more than 46 citizen monitors collecting lake water data at 58 lake sample sites and 25 beaches from May through September. Twice weekly, the following data is collected: air temperature, water temperature, turbidity, wave intensity, waterfowl presence, swimmer presence, surface algal bloom, algal bloom type, floating plant debris and water clarity. The data is immediately uploaded and posted online at lakeforecast.org. Use this Web site to see a map and current water data for all 56 monitoring stations throughout the Yahara Lakes. There is also an app that you can download to access this info too.

You can also learn more about the algae bloom here.
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