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Aquarius Systems Weed Harvester Doing the Trick on Lake Hallie
Lake Hallie has a fresh new look, thanks to a new partnership.

In the past, Lake Hallie has been covered with blankets of green algae and milfoil. But thanks to Jesse Morley, the man hired to harvest the weeds, and some funding from the Village of Lake Hallie and Chippewa County, the lake has taken on a new shine.

Previously, workers using a weed removal machine were only able to go out twice a week and get one or two loads each time. Morley goes out five times a week and gets three to four loads per day. Each load is about five tons of algae and milfoil.

In just two weeks, Morley has removed 135 tons of algae and milfoil, far exceeding the amount removed all of last year. The weeds get put to good use. They're taken to a large compost pile.


 
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