FWC hosts public meeting on Harris Chain of Lakes hydrilla management
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is hosting a public meeting focusing on managing hydrilla in the Harris Chain of Lakes. The meeting is in Tavares on Monday, October 14, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Tavares Civic Center, 100 E. Caroline St.
The focus of this meeting is to gather input and feedback from stakeholders about future hydrilla management activities on the Harris Chain of Lakes. Public input from a wide variety of user groups on this system, which includes Lake Harris, Little Lake Harris, Lake Eustis, Lake Griffin, Lake Dora, Lake Yale and Lake Beauclair, is critical to create a well-balanced approach to managing hydrilla.
The meeting will provide updates of FWC’s monitoring and management efforts followed by a plant management presentation discussing current conditions and proposed treatment areas. Following the presentations, there will be a period for public comments when the public will have the opportunity to ask questions or provide comments.
To learn more about aquatic plant management visit MyFWC.com/AquaticPlants. For general waterbody information, fishing forecasts, virtual tours, plant control operation schedules and annual workplans, boat ramp information, and more, visit the “What’s Happening on My Lake” website at MyFWC.com/Lake.