Gov. Murphy and officials visit Lake Hopatcong

Categories: From the President, Governmental Matters, News
On Monday, the Lake Hopatcong Foundation hosted Gov. Phil Murphy as well as U.S. Representatives Josh Gottheimer (5th District), Tom Malinowski (7th District), and Mikie Sherrill (11th District), state senators and assembly members, Morris and Sussex freeholders, and the mayors of the four lake municipalities in what was a promising first step toward helping to …

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Full house for fall programs

Categories: community, Hopatcong, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, LHF Environmental and Cultural Center, Mt. Arlington, News, Roxbury
Three historical programs were presented to packed houses this fall at the Lake Hopatcong Foundation Environmental and Cultural Center. Supported by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, our fall program series aimed to take participants on a journey back in time with informative speakers and a variety of presentations. Each program …

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Download your Lake-Friendly Living Guide

Categories: community, Hopatcong, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Mt. Arlington, News, Roxbury, Water Quality
Simple ways you can help protect Lake Hopatcong Lake-friendly living isn’t just for those who live on the shores of Lake Hopatcong. Stormwater flows into the lake from the hillsides all around it, carrying soil, nutrients, salt, pollution, and other items that are detrimental to our water quality. This past summer, we put out a …

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Student-run LHF fundraiser at Little Nicki’s

Categories: Fundraisers, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, News
Four students from Mendham High School will be holding a fundraiser at Little Nicki’s, 120 Brady Road, Lake Hopatcong this Saturday, November 2, from 6-8 pm. Ben, Liam, Ben, and Maggie wanted to create a fundraiser to complete a philanthropy project for school. The four students share a common interest in combating climate change. After learning …

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Five years at the train station

Categories: From the President, News, Train Station
In a few days, the Lake Hopatcong Foundation will be celebrating five years at the Lake Hopatcong Train Station in Landing. And although we didn’t actually move into the building until the start of this year, it has been a centerpiece of our efforts in the five years since Lauren Rossi (then the LHF Development …

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Lake Hopatcong Station earns historic marker

Categories: community, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, LHF Environmental & Cultural Center, News, Train Station
The Lake Hopatcong Station has received an official Morris County historic marker, recognizing the iconic building’s historical significance. The official Morris County historic marker is located just off the roadside, at the corner of our parking lot at 125 Landing Road in Landing. The Lake Hopatcong Station first opened in 1911 as a showcase for …

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Volunteer Spotlight: Craig Dawson

Categories: Lake Hopatcong Foundation, News, Volunteers
At this rate, Craig Dawson may never have to buy another T-shirt in his life. The stalwart volunteer can be found at every Block Party and Lake Loop, sporting the latest in Lake Hopatcong Foundation apparel, earned only by those who dedicate their time and energy to help make the events a success. “I enjoy …

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Learning from our fellow watershed partners

Categories: News, Water Quality
On topics ranging from invasive species prevention to leveraging non-traditional partnerships for positive change, the Lake Hopatcong Foundation had the opportunity to learn from scientists, lobbyists, fellow nonprofits, and other experts at the 7th Annual Delaware River Watershed Forum on October 16 and 17 in Allentown, Penn. Although it’s hard to summarize two full days …

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