Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 28, 2020

Jewel Lake is more like a muddy puddle than a lake. What happened?

Berkeleyside reports on Jewel Lake’s shrinking size, seasonal changes and the decisions the park district is considering about how he lake should be managed

Jewel Lake in Tilden Park is ‘a ghost of what it once was’ If you’ve visited Jewel Lake in Tilden recently, you’ll have noticed it’s looking more like a muddy puddle than a lake. Why is that — and is anything being done about it?

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