Of the 28 lakes monitored during 2010-2011:
· Three were graded as oligotrophic (low nutrients);
· Seven were mesotrophic (medium nutrients);
· 14 were eutrophic (high nutrients);
· Three supertrophic (very high nutrients);
· One hypertrophic (extremely high nutrient levels);
· Five lakes have declined in water quality since 2009-2010; and
· Three lakes have improved water quality since 2009-2010.