Lincoln Pond
~ A Place for All Seasons ~


Web Site of the Lincoln Pond Association, Lincoln Pond, Elizabethtown, New York

NEW:
1)
42-page report from Northeast Aquatic Research -- along with a detailed and comprehensive appendix mapping ALL of the Pond's aquatic plant distributions available here: Northeast Aquatic Research - Lincoln Pond Report (FINAL ~ 1-14-2020).pdf; APPENDIX here: Northeast Aquatic Research Final Report - Map Appendix.pdf
2) July 4th Fireworks over Lincoln Pond:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSZH-YlIPIE (thanks to those who provided all of us with such a wonderful show!)

Rainbow over Lincoln Pond

"Rainbow Over Lincoln Pond." Taken on 7-17-2020. Photograph by Peter Zegarelli
For a collection of aerial photos of Lincoln Pond, go here
: Aerial Photo Sheet Lincoln Pond

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[Updated 8/21/2020]

AI surveying on Lincoln POnd
A. J. Reyes and Hillary Kenyon of Northeast Aquatic Research surveying Lincoln Pond in early September.
The firm was hired by the Association under a Lake Champlain Basin Program Grant (see below).
We have now obtained clearance to release the full 42-page report and appendix from Northeast Aquatic Research.
FINAL REPORT: Northeast Aquatic Research - Lincoln Pond Report (FINAL ~ 1-14-2020).pdf
APPENDIX:
Northeast Aquatic Research Final Report - Map Appendix.pdf

 

SUMMER 2020 - SCHEDULE

Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, we adjusted our planned activities as summarized below.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING HELD ON AUGUST 8, 2020 AT THE ADIRONDACK HISTORY MUSEUM PAVILION


We met at 10 a.m. on Saturday, August 8th at the Adirondack History Museum pavilion in Elizabethtown (see photo). While attendance was a bit under our normal numbers due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we had a very productive meeting. We will post minutes of the meeting very soon here.

ROAD CLEANUP -- We met on Saturday, June 20, 2020 for our annual road clean-up. More than two dozen Association members showed up (some arrived after the photo was taken).What a turnout! We were done in less than an hour! We kept our distance, and had ample supplies of gloves and hand sanitizer to keep everyone safe. Thanks to all who showed up!

LPA Road cleaup 06-20-2020

 

LAST YEAR'S MEETING MINUTES: LPA Meeting Minutes 7-20-19 [FINAL].pdf

News and Announcements

UPDATE ON THE LAKE CHAMPLAIN BASIN PROGRAM GRANT (3-17-2020): Northeast Aquatic Research's final report is now ready here: Northeast Aquatic Research - Lincoln Pond Report (FINAL ~ 1-14-2020).pdf. (See also the appendix: Northeast Aquatic Research Final Report - Map Appendix.pdf). The report and recommendations will allow us to begin our milfoil control work; it will also put us in a better position to obtain larger grants to assist us in implementing our subcontractor's recommendations.

CAUSEWAY BRIDGE: In the course of researching the history of the Lincoln Pond causeway bridge, I came across the following which might be of interest to some of our members: 1) Lincoln Pond Bridge (1930s) plan - PDF file ; 2) PHOTO ~ Pre-1988 Bridge Over Lincoln Pond Causeway 3) Culvert Schematic - Lincoln Pond Causeway 4) First page of petition on enlarging bridge (circa 1987~1988) - PDF file 5) sketch of 1988 bridge-culvert over LP
PHOTOS OF PRE-1988 BRIDGE: 6)
LP bridge 006 7) LP bridge 007 8) LP bridge 009

DUES: If you haven't already sent in your annual membership dues ($15 per camp) please do so now. You can send the dues directly to our treasurer, Jeff Sienkiewicz at 68 Marwick Manor, New Milford, CT 067or to Gerry Zahavi, 4172 Lincoln Pond Rd. Elizabethtown, NY 12932. Please make all checks payable to the "Lincoln Pond Association."

LINCOLN POND LOGO MERCHANDISE (all proceeds support the Association):

lincoln pond association logo items

* Some Lincoln Pond T-shirts are available now. More are being ordered (along with other items, soon to be announced). If interested, contact Susan Bradford at: ses8k@virginia.edu. Please insert “Lincoln Pond tee shirts” in the email’s subject line.

 

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Sunset at Lincoln Pond
(Helen Phinney, Aug. 11, 1971)

A kingfisher skims the water -
the water reflecting the
hills and sky
Pools of pink and purple.Now the colors fade.
The hills take on a deep blue.
The water becomes shimmering
glass - shimmering - moving -
Blue clouds, now, and
darker water - a bird calls
in the trees behind me.

Now all is muted and quiet,
Colors, water - all.

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Welcome to the official Lincoln Pond Association Web site.

E-mail: lincolnpondassociation@gmail.com
  Web site maintained by: Gerald Zahavi
Updated: August 21, 2020