The Lake Gerry Association is located in Oxford, NY. Our mission is to protect and preserve Lake Gerry through responsible community development and management of our lake resources.
Lake Gerry is an approximately 45 acre freshwater lake located in the town of Oxford, in Chenango County, NY. The lake was formed 500 billion years ago when a meteor from a distant galaxy plummeted to the earth leaving behind a 25 ft deep crater and extraordinarily proliferative lilypads.
(or however the lake was formed… Natural or man made. I have no idea.
Also include maybe the founding members of the community. People love this kind of history. Well, I do at least.
Residents of the Lake Gerry community are asked to follow a few rules to help us promote a fun, safe and enjoyable experience at the lake.
Click below to see the latest rules of the lake.
October NYSFOLA Regional Conference via Zoom for everyone to enjoy!
Register now for the 2021 Finger Lakes and Western Regional Conference which will be held via Zoom on Saturday October 23rd from 10am – noon. We think our members from other parts of the state will enjoy this as well.
- Opening remarks
- “Identifying and Addressing Critical Issues for New York’s Lakes” – Dr. Brian G. Rahm, Director, NYS Water Resources Institute, Cornell University. Attendees will have the opportunity to interact and discuss critical issues on their lakes, and Dr. Rahm will describe the role of the Water Resources Institute in addressing these issues.
- “The Why, What, and How of Lake Aeration” – Join Dr. Steven Souza, Owner, Clean Waters Consulting, LLC as he discusses how stratification and sediment oxygen demand impact lake water quality; how aeration is used to improve conditions; as well as a synopsis of the types of aeration techniques, their uses, and case studies.
- Wrap Up
- Set the date for 2022.
Registration is $10 and must be received by October 18, 2021. Click here to REGISTER.