Drone video of
the Forest and Pond in spring 2016 by Seth O'Brien and
Gwen Considine of Cabot.
Video of drone
Foliage Drone video of
Groton State Forest by Green Mountain Drone in Cabot.
There have been
several requests for the recipe of Jon Desilets' chili. Click
here to see the recipe. If there is a demand for
a repository of Lake recipes, please click on Contact us in the
left column and let us know.
Fertilizer - Don't
"P" in our Lake or on your Lawn
Legislature has passed New England's first law which prohibiting
the use of lawn fertilizers containing phosphorus. For more
click here. Don't "P" in our Lake or on your Lawn -
Find out why not and how not to.
Association news letters -
If you are not
receiving them in the mail, then Rusty Reader does not have your
correct address. Please e-mail him the info at
Emails - the
association is sending important information via email to all
those for whom they have email addresses. These email addresses
will not be included in the online directory unless you
specifically request it. Send your email address to
email@example.com to be included.
Tips on Replanting a Lake Shoreline from the Spring
Federation of Lakes & Ponds Newsletter.
Each house and building has a
911 street address. These numbers are very important to
emergency vehicles responding to calls for assistance. The
numbers should be posted so they are highly visible from the
road and can either be placed on the building or on a post at
the end of a driveway if the building is not visible from the
road. The numbers should be reflective and a minimum of 3
inches high and 2 1/2 inches wide. This is important to
the ability of emergency response units to respond rapidly.
The 911 addresses were changed in 2004 to enable emergency
vehicles to more easily find locations.
Reflective 911 Address Numbers
the Groton Fire Department for $15.
Click here to see a sample, and
click here for an order form or pick one up in the town
Green Mountain Passports for State Parks
These are available for both
Vermont residents over 62 years old and for 100% disabled
veterans. They provide a lifetime free admission to state parks
(including Boulder Beach), museums, and fully state sponsored
events. The fee is $2.00 from the Groton Town clerk.