New Brighton, MN ~ Ramsey County

Eurasian Watermilfoil was first noticed in Long Lake in the summer of 2015.  It grows quickly in the spring and summer, up to several inches a day.  Per the June 2016 Lake Survey, Milfoil is the next prevalent species behind Curly-Leaf Pondweed and was found in half the samples conducted.  

More information on Milfoil can be found on on the DNR's website.

See the Weed Control page to learn about how we're controlling it. 

Long Lake Improvement Association of New Brighton, Inc is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.  All dues are utilized towards water quality, safety, and education. Please email us at with questions, comments, or suggestions.  
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