Monthly Archive: April 2019

Green Lake Monitoring – April 14, 2019

Secchi Depth: 2.3 Meters (7.5 feet)
Water Temp: 11.7 degrees C (53.1 degrees F)

Monitored weekly by Jeffrey Howard at East Green Lake from the T-dock near the Green Lake Community Center. The weekly data are reported quarterly and uploaded to the King County Lakes website available here. Select “Green-1” and “View Data”.  General lake information, water quality data, and reports are available here.

Green Lake Stewards – Green Lake Work Party – Saturday April 13, 2019

Beech Catkins Plus Volunteers!  Come Join Us at the
Green Lake Work Party Saturday April 13 at 9 AM


Nothing says spring like an explosion of beech catkins and an eruption of volunteers at a Green Lake Work Party.   Join us.  We will be weeding and mulching our westside restoration area just a stroll north of the Small Craft Center.

Date: April 13, 2019
Time: 9AM – NOON
Meet: East End of the Small Craft Center Docks
(near the old Aqua Theater and the Pitch and Putt Golf Course)

As usual, this will be dirty work, dress appropriately.  Wear close-toed shoes. Bring a bottle of water.

Can you make it?
RSVP at  hutcheson@seanet.com 
or go to the Green Seattle Partnership website to sign up:  https://seattle.greencitypartnerships.org/event/15365/#None
Questions? Rob Hutcheson at 206 854-1654

Our mailing address is: greenlakestewards@gmail.com

 

Green Lake Monitoring – April 7, 2019

Secchi Depth: 1.9 Meters (6.2 feet)
Water Temp: 12.8 degrees C (55.0 degrees F)

Monitored weekly by Jeffrey Howard at East Green Lake from the T-dock near the Green Lake Community Center. The weekly data are reported quarterly and uploaded to the King County Lakes website available here. Select “Green-1” and “View Data”.  General lake information, water quality data, and reports are available here.

Green Lake Monitoring – March 31, 2019

Secchi Depth: 2.3 Meters (7.5 feet)
Water Temp: 12.9 degrees C (55.2 degrees F)

Monitored weekly by Jeffrey Howard at East Green Lake from the T-dock near the Green Lake Community Center. The weekly data are reported quarterly and uploaded to the King County Lakes website available here. Select “Green-1” and “View Data”.  General lake information, water quality data, and reports are available here.