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Welcome to the CaribouLake.org web site.  In our attempt to make the site more responsive and dynamic, we have published it in WordPress format.  This technology will allow you to easily comment, criticize or expand on anything we post.  Just click on the word ‘Reply’ after each article, or click on the comment ‘bubble’ to the right of the article title, to share your thoughts.  Your input is anticipated and appreciated. … The Web Team

Passive donations while shopping

Caribou Lake Association has been registered as a charity for those who shop at Amazon and would like to support association while shopping.

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.

Shoppers will have to go to the: smile.amazon.com in order for CLA to benefit from the purchases. Shoppers would not need to register/open new Amazon account if they have existing one, all they need to do to start their shopping at smile.amazon.com.

In order to select CLA as a designated charity, please use our unique charity link:

https://smile.amazon.com/ch/41-1428882

Remember, if you want Amazon to donate to Caribou Lake Association Inc, you need to start each shopping session at the URL http://smile.amazon.com, and we will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases.

Thank you for supporting Caribou Lake Association!

Biological method of weed control

Our lake is covered with weeds. Property owners were particularly interested introducing a crayfish to our lake as means of weeds management. A question has been addressed to Jeff Forester, executive director of Minnesota Lakes and Rivers and probably the most knowledgeable person in the state about Minnesota waters,  about a crayfish introduction to control weeds. Here is Jeff’s reply: Continue reading

CLA Receives State Grant

The Caribou Lake Association has received a substantial grant from the State of Minnesota to fund boat inspections at both the Birch Point and Industrial Road Public Launches.  The purpose of these inspections will be to assist boaters in compliance with state invasive species control regulations.  Boats will be inspected before launch and after they have again been pulled out.  Your cooperation with the inspection program is most appreciated and will go a long way to help prevent the spread of destructive plants and animal material to and from other lakes.  For more information, please contact us at ‘Our Association/Contact Us’ on the home page.