Welcome To BLPA!

The mission of the Bear Lake Preservation Association is to provide environmental and civic stewardship for the Bear Lakes watershed. This is achieved through water quality monitoring, scientific understanding, public education, governmental intervention, and watershed improvements for the enhancement and preservation of the water quality and biological integrity of clean lakes.

**** Help Keep Our Lakes Clean and Clear - If you must fertilize, use phospherous free fertilizer***        

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We may soon have large exotic snails invading the Bear Lakes and, like all invaders, they are not welcome!

How do you tell the difference between native and channeled apple snails?

  1. Adult channeled snails are much larger
  2. Channeled snails have deep groove (channel) between whorls of shell
  3. Eggs are smaller (‘grit-sized’), bright pink and much more numerous

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