On Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Martin’s Pond will be treated for watermilfoil and fanwort. Both are highly aggressiveRead more
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Bring your rod and reel to the 20th Annual Children’s Fishing Derby on June 24. Sponsored by the Wildside Bass Club and the Martin’s Pond Association, this annual event is a favorite with all our young anglers! Children ages 3-16 can enter–registration begins at 8am. Bring your own rod, bait, and bucket. The first 75 registrants present will receive a free hat–and all participants will get a free lunch. Trophies and prizes will be awarded, and a good time will
Today we remember Frederick Clarke who grew up on Martin’s Pond and is the man that the park is named after. The article is from the Boston Herald, 31 Oct 1948. He is buried at Riverside. Notice that it took him 3.5 years to return home.
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On Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Martin’s Pond will be treated for watermilfoil and fanwort. Both are highly aggressive invasive plants that can quickly overtake small lakes and ponds. If not controlled, milfoil and fanwort can have damaging effects on natural wildlife, vegetation and recreational activities as they will continue to grow at a very rapid pace. SOLitude Lake Management of Shrewsbury, MA has been retained to respond to this invasive plant infestation. Please note the following important information regarding this
You may have read in the Transcript that we are treating next week. I did not write the article nor did I review it. Those of you who have followed our treatments know that there is a knock back of natives when this is done contrary to what the article states, however the natives will return. We also know that the invasives will eventually return as well and this is a control method. We are using pelletized treatments and divers