2016 Aquatic Plant Management Plan Will Begin After Memorial Day
Stakeholder-Based Aquatic Plant Management Plan Is A Win-Win.
Welcome to the website for the Lake Guntersville Stakeholder Group, where you will find weekly spraying schedules for the Aquatic Plant Management Plan. The site also provides information and links for boat launch locations, fishing tournament schedules, recreation resources, and educational information about aquatic plant management.
As one of the world's top bass fishing lakes, Lake Guntersville is once again benefitting from a broad-based stakeholder approach to aquatic plant management plan implemented by TVA. Based on the highly successful TVA program that ran from 1998 to 2008, the new plan will treat near-shore areas such as boat launches, channel access lanes and other defined areas along developed shorelines. Based on the needs of fishermen, other recreational users, property owners, water supply systems and other stakeholders, the plan is designed to manage (not eradicate) invasive plants to ensure the long-term health of Lake Guntersville for everyone.
Weekly Spray Schedule
View the current and last week's spraying schedule.
News & Announcements
A Free workshop designed specifically for educators. Register now for the day-long event to be held at Lake Guntersville State Park on Friday, September 18, 2015.
Aquatic Plants Managed in 2014 Under The TVA/Stakeholder Plan
2015 Seasonal Management Of Aquatic Plants In The Guntersville Reservoir To Resume In June
Stakeholder Group hopes to send local teacher to one-of-a-kind workshop. Application here.
Lake users and residents have reported seeing long strands of hydrilla floating in mats over the past few weeks
Make plans to attend the 2014 Aquatic Plant Management Seminar at Lake Guntersville State Park on Tuesday, October 28th.
Aquatic Plant Management Seminar on October 28, 2014 at the Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge
Two weeks in and the Stakeholder Program is off to a smooth start.
A newly organized stakeholder group met last week and unanimously approved a limited, balanced management plan for aquatic plants...
This website was made possible a grant award from Alabama Mountains, Rivers, and Valleys RC&D (Resource, Conservation and Development Council), which supports the efforts...