It’s no secret that Geist Lake is a great place to go fishing, but did you know it’s also a great place for ice fishing? While ice fishing is a fun outdoor activity that many Geist residents participate in, we want to remind our community of the precautions that...
Geist Lake is an important part of our community, and it is critical to do everything possible to protect it. Recently, there has been some talk of dredging the lake and the benefits this might have on the environment. What do you need to know about dredging, and what...
Numerous important soil groups come together to form a lake. With more than 219 square miles of watershed, the ecosystem of Geist Reservoir must work together to ensure that all plants, animals, and people have access to a healthy body of water.
Protecting the environment has never been more important than it is today. There are a lot of threats to the external world
Are you someone who likes to go out on a boat on a regular basis? Do you like to go fishing? If so, then you know you need to pay attention to where the water is shallow.
Did you know that there are over 400,000 known varieties of algae? So, when we say we want to help you understand algae, we really want to give more information on the algae that’s found in Geist Lake. So allow us to dive a little deeper, if you’ll forgive the pun.
Though many people know the reservoir as a place for summer relaxation and fun, this massive body of water has endured a lot over the years—and we wanted to share some of the reservoir’s fascinating history. Here’s a look at Geist Reservoirs’ past, present, and future.
Geist Reservoir has been enjoyed by Indiana residents since 1943. While Geist has been a place for families to make memories over the years, the 78-year-old reservoir needs ecological attention and homeowner support to survive.
On the heels of the January 4, 2021 ruling by Hamilton County Courts to dismiss the Amended Petition, attorneys for the Geist Conservancy District today filed a Motion to Correct Errors to overturn this ruling.
Today, the Hamilton County Superior Court ruled that because the law establishing reservoir conservancy districts in Indiana was not passed until 2020.
Our Geist Conservancy District Steering Committee would like to thank all of our supporters and legal team for attending this morning’s petition hearing.
The Geist Conservancy District has mailed out a Public Notice of the December 11, 2020 hearing. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the courts have asked us to organize this virtual hearing.