Say No to Floatplanes On Pristine Waldo Lake
Waldo Lake is not only one of the largest natural lakes in Oregon, but one of the purest in the world. The second deepest lake in the state after Crater Lake and a long-time recreational magnet for outdoor fans and nature lovers, Waldo Lake is indeed one of the truly spectacular gems of the Cascades.
Because of Waldo Lake's wild character, organizations like Oregon Wild have long called for an end to internal combustion engine use on and around the lake in order to preserve Waldo Lake's unusually clear water quality, and to preserve a peaceful and quiet recreational setting.
Please tell the Oregon State Aviation Board motorized use at Waldo Lake, including the use of seaplanes, is completely inappropriate and incompatible with the lake's wild character and quality.
Once you've sent your letter, please make time to attend the Oregon Aviation Board public hearing on Waldo Lake in Springfield this Thursday, January 31st, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm in the Ken Long Conference Room at the Willamalane Center, located at 250 S. 32nd St.