California Department of Fish and Wildlife Information on Quagga/Zebra Mussels
Click the link to be directed to the Department of Fish and Wildlife's page to learn more about the invasive species that we all are working together to keep out of Lake Casitas.
Invasive Mussels Denied Entry
Casitas’ Park Service Officers Mitch Tull and RJ Faddis discovered invasive Quagga mussels attached to a boat attempting to enter Lake Casitas on July 22, 2...More >>
Rotary Boat Being Used for Student Lessons at Lake Casitas
After much planning and hard work, water conservation and watershed classes are now being taught to local elementary students by Rotary Ojai-West volunteers on a ...More >>
Attention: Boating Restrictions Adopted Update
Boating restriction updates are in place at Lake Casitas. All boats are subject to a 35 day quarantine period. The quarantine period shal...More >>
Firewood - Buy It Where You Burn It
Moving firewood can transport tree-killing insects and diseases. California forests are threatened by non-native insects and diseases. These invasive species can ...More >>
Diversions: What it takes to get water into Lake
Water from the Ventura River is redirected into the Lake via the Robles Canal and the local watershed. The latest rain event has produced the largest diversions s...More >>
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