Fall Edition 2014 of Hartwell Lake News released

Hartwell Lake News Fall 2014 Edition - ThumbnailThe Fall / October 2014 edition of Hartwell Lake News is in the mail for our print subscribers. And for the rest of us the PDF version is now available for reading and download.

Our top articles this quarter are:

  • “Redneck Island” splashing on Lake Hartwell
  • Fishers of Men comes to Lake Hartwell
  • Three Local Culinary Ladies Charm the Upstate
  • Lake Officials Alerted to Improper Tree Removal
  • Ready to Go Ice Made From Filtered Water
  • Area Resident and Local Business Owner Spearhead Hydro Electric Project
  • New App Improves Lake Users Experience
  • Calendar of Events Around Lake Hartwell
  • Buy From Your Local Farmers & Markets
  • Numerous Hunter Education Classed Added to the Upstate
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Open Four Recreation Areas for Hunting
  • Nautical-Themed Holiday Cards Support Boat U.S. Foundation
  • and more ….

Contact us if you’d like to become a print subscriber and tell us what you’d like to read in future HLN editions.

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Summer Edition 2014 of Hartwell Lake News released

Hartwell Lake News Summer 2014The Summer / July edition of Hartwell Lake News is in the mail for our print subscribers. And for the rest of us the PDF version is now available for reading and download.

Our top articles this quarter are:

  • Wet and Wild – The tour dates of the ninth annual…
  • Corps Social Media Campaign Promotes Life Jackets,
    Offers Prize
  • Local Home Builder Becomes Eagle Carport Dealer
  • Vogtle Nuclear Plant Update
  • Boater Education Becomes Mandatory for Some Boaters Beginning July 1
  • Summer to Fall Fishing Forecast
  • Osprey Nest Relocated
  • Georgia Gun Law Does Not Apply to Lake Hartwell Lands
  • Calendar of Events Around Lake Hartwell – July through September 2014
  • and more ….

Contact us if you’d like to become a print subscriber and tell us what you’d like to read in future HLN editions.

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Timber thinning scheduled at Hartwell Lake Asbury Access Area

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HARTWELL, Ga. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hartwell Lake Project Office will perform a timber thinning operation from July 7 through Aug. 15 at the Asbury Access Area located in Anderson County, South Carolina.

Thinning operations help maintain a healthy, vigorous forest in support of public recreation activities, wildlife management, and watershed protection by removing diseased, over-crowded, suppressed and dying pine trees, as well as sweet gum and elm. Thinning also helps prevent the onset and spread of insect attacks such as Southern Pine Beetles.

The area will remain open for public use during this time; but due to the presence of logging trucks, visitors are encouraged to exercise extra caution when entering and exiting the park.

Other nearby access areas available for use include Honea Path, Denver, Hurricane Creek, 18 Mile and Twin Lakes.

For a complete list of available access areas, contact the Hartwell Project Office toll free at 888-893-0678 or visit www.sas.usace.army.mil/lakes/hartwell and click on “Plan a Visit.”

 

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