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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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Lake Champlain’s Spring Flooding - Lake Champlain Basin Program Manager Bill Howland say’s that a visual confirmation of pollution is the brown plume seen along the shoreline. Not only is the sediment which contains phosphorous; one of the necessary nutrients for algae blooms, a problem, but the logs and debris that have been washed into the lake are being tossed on the shoreline with each wave, increase the amount of erosion that is happening.


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