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Keuka Lake Association

The Keuka Lake Association (KLA) is dedicated to safeguarding the pristine waters of Keuka Lake. The KLA leads community efforts in preservation, advocacy and education to help ensure the health and longevity of this much-loved natural resource for all to enjoy.


― NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS ―

National Safe Boating Week

05/12/2022 (created)

Yates and Steuben County Sheriff’s Offices Recognize National Safe Boating Week National Safe Boating Week is May 21-27, 2022.

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Boat Stewards Needed for 2022

05/10/2022 (created)

Summer Employment -Do you love the Finger Lakes? Get paid to help protect them!
Watercraft Steward: Watercraft Stewards, Lead Stewards, and Program Coordinators
This program is responsible for public outreach and education on preventing
the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS). Positions: 20+ at $15.00 - $15.50

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New Freshwater Fishing Regulation Changes for 2022

03/18/2022 (created)

New freshwater fishing regulations will go into effect on April 1, 2022.

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2022 Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide Now Available

03/25/2022 (created)


2022 Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide Now Available https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/7917.html

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Lawn Fertilizer Info

04/08/2022 (created)

Look for the Zero: Use Only Phosphorus-Free Lawn Fertilizer
DEC encourages homeowners to go phosphorus-free when using lawn fertilizer. Consumers should review bag labels for phosphorus content when shopping for fertilizer. Fertilizer labels have three numbers. The number in the middle is the percentage of phosphorus in the product. Regardless of the lawn's location, excess phosphorus can wash off and pollute lakes and streams, harming fish and ruining boating and swimming. For more information, visit DEC's Lawn Fertilizer webpage.


our efforts

Starry Stonewort Remediation Efforts

  • Bringing in a crew to safely remove Starry Stonewort identified in Sugar Creek and the North end of the west branch

Aug 2021

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MISSION

Founded in 1956, the Keuka Lake Association, with over 1700 members, provides a unified voice for those who love Keuka Lake. Our mission is to preserve and protect Keuka Lake and its natural beauty for future generations.

Keuka Lake Association is a 501(c) (3) organization (a non-profit tax exempt organization under IRS rules). This distinction is defined by our service to the public and how we are mission-driven as opposed to profit-driven.

Gifts, donations and membership dues paid to our organization are used in direct service to the overall mission to preserve and protect Keuka Lake. Membership dues, donations and gifts are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. Consult your professional tax preparer if you have specific tax related questions.