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Aquarius Systems Weed Harvester Doing the Trick on Lake Hallie
Lake Hallie has a new look thanks to the use of an Aquarius Systems weed harvester. The mechanical harvester runs five days a week to cut and collect the aquatic vegetation. In just two weeks, 135 tons of algae and milfoil has been removed. ... more >>
Invasive Species: Do We Worry Too Much?
Damage from invasive species cost the United States more than $120 billion each year, and are reported to threaten the survival of more than 400 endangered species. In Wisconsin, ecologists have their eyes on zebra mussels, Asian carp, Emerald Ash Borer, and others. But is every invasive species as bad as we make it out to be? ... more >>
Analyzing and Improving the Sustainability of Lake Associations
Lakes provide many benefits and services, from recreational opportunities to irrigation to aesthetic enjoyment. In order to maintain the ecological quality of their lake, as well as enhance its economic and recreational benefits, lakeshore residents can organize to form lake associations ... more >>

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Impaired Waterway Status Helps Big Green Lake Gain Funding - The deepest lake in the state and one of the most fruitful and diverse is "impaired." With exotic species' being introduced to the lake in the mid 2000s and Green Lake struggling to improve, the paperwork was filed for the lake to be designated an impaired waterway in an effort to gain funding so improvements can be made.


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