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Mukwonago Fights to Rid Lakes of Weeds
Muck and rich earth have created a monster that threatens the recreational use of the Mukwonago's Upper and Lower Phantom Lakes.

Fed by nutrients settling in the fertile lake beds, a green savage pokes through the tranquil water and threads its body around outboard motors to render boats helpless.

If it isn't conquired, village and town residents fear the lakes may be reduced to swampland.

About two dozen, enthusiastic lake dwellers and users have formed a group, the Concerned Citizens for the Conservation of Phantom Lakes to defeat the weeds and updgrade water quality.

 
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Invasive and Now Not - July 1st marked the end of a ban on the use of felt-soled waders in order to prevent the spread of a type of algae called “rock snot.” The algae were thought to be invasive in the Northeast, but researchers have now concluded the aquatic algae are in fact native to the northern United States.


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