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Quarterly Newsletters

The IPA issues quarterly newsletters on issues of interest .  View or Download the current and previous issues here

  • ​ President’s Report
  • Update on Cyanobacteria Monitoring in the Indian Ponds
  • •Eagle Feather Law
  •  Meet the Newest Board Member

  • Recreational Activity on the ponds

  • Interaction with other lake and pond associations

  • Brown Headed Cow Birds

  • Presentation of Schwarm Scholarships

  • State of the Waters

  • Year-end update on Cyaobacteria Monitoring

  • Cape Cod Airfield Celebrates 90th Anniversary

  • Why Mystic Lake is Graded Unacceptable

  • Overview of 2019 Pond Water Testing

  • Chip Monk an dFish Friar

  • Update on Hydrilla Treatment

  • and much more....

Spring 2020 Newsletter:

Tribute to Rick Wheeler

  • State of the Waters

  • Year-end update on Cyaobacteria Monitoring

  • Cape Cod Airfield Celebrates 90th Anniversary

  • Why Mystic Lake is Graded Unacceptable

  • Overview of 2019 Pond Water Testing

  • Chip Monk an dFish Friar

  • Update on Hydrilla Treatment

  • and much more....

Winter 2019-2020 Newsletter: 
The importance of the Cape's 

Lakes and Ponds;

  • the importance of the Cape's lakes and ponds

  • the meeting held with other groups on the Cape to discuss pond concerns

  • update on the Middle Pond herring run reconstruction,upcoming training for the herring count, and much more.

  • Last but not least, it's time to mail in your annual dues!

  • Town nixes Hydrilla Treatment

  • Cyanobacteria Monitoring Update

  • Herring Count

  • IPA Annual Meeting Recap

  • Tufted Titmouse

  • Marstons Mills Village Day

  • AND MUCH MORE

  • IPA's annual Meeting

  • Update on Herring Run

  • Barnstale Land Trust Activities in the IPA area

  • Cyanobacteria Update

  • When is a Crow a Raven?

  • Calling all Seniors

  • Latest word on Middle Pond Herring Run

  • 2019 Schwarm Scholarship Winners

  • AND MUCH MORE....

  • Protection of Saltwater Estuaries Regulations

  • Ice Fishing on the Indian Ponds

  • Buzzards by any other Name

  • Herring Run Reconstruction Update

  • Pond Water Quality Data

  • Calling all Seniors

  • Volunteers Needed for Herring Run Counting

  • AND MUCH MORE

ABOUT US
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The Indian Ponds Association is a 501c3 which  has  been monitoring the health of Mystic Lake & Hamblin and Middle Ponds'and advocating for responsible stewardship since its inception in 1958. 

P.O. Box 383

Marstons Mills, MA 02648

info@indianponds.org

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