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Northern Wisconsin Weed Harvesting

Our clients lake located in north central Wisconsin and is approximately 1,135 acres in size. The District purchased their fleet of new aquatic weed harvesting equipment in 2002 with financial assistance from a cost share grant awarded to them by the State of Wisconsin. The District put the equipment straight to work upon delivery and they continue to operate it on an average of 35-40 hours per week during the summer months.

Learn more about the Northern Wisconsin Weed Harvesting Project.


 
 


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Delavan Lake Dredging Clears Natural Filter - In the late 1980s, Delavan Lake turned into an algae soup by mid-summer that discouraged swimming, clogged boat motors and killed off game fish. Farm and residential development around the lake poured nutrient-rich runoff into the watershed and into the lake. Those nutrients fed the algae blooms. Today, a project to redredge the channel in the narrow inlet which was designed to store and collect the sediment flowing into it before it reaches the open water.


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