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Green Lake County Conservation Department News
Green Lake County is located at the southern end of the “New North” region in Wisconsin. Green Lake County has a total area of 380 square miles, of which 26 square miles is water. It is also home to Wisconsin’s deepest lake; Green Lake has a maximum depth of 237 feet and covers an area 7 ½ miles long and 2 ½ miles wide.

Many programs are currently in place including a shoreland restoration project on Lake Puckaway and an invasive species survey on Grand Lake. In early July it was reported that Grand Lake was 100% covered by aquatic plant growth, a few days later it had dropped to 60%, including duckweed and dead plant matter as well as “thousands of dead snails.”

 
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30 Day Quarantine Before Launching a Boat in Cachuma Lake - Quagga and Zebra Mussels (Mussels) are non-native aquatic nuisance species originating in Eastern Europe freshwaters. They clog waterways, undermine healthy lake ecosystems, and create costly maintenance for water resource agencies. Mussels are believed to have been introduced into the Great Lakes region in 1988 through ballast water emptied from ships, and they spread throughout the Midwest and the eastern portion of the United States.


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