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Winter Aquatic Plant Growth
Pewaukee Lake is the largest of the ninety-one lakes located in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. It is a premier lake for Musky, Walleye, Northern Pike, and Largemouth bass. It supports a diverse plant community which is dominated by Eurasian watermilfoil. ... more >>

Illinois Phragmities Overgrowth
Phragmites, the Common Reed, is a large perennial grass that is found on every continent except Antarctica. This colonial plant is capable of forming large stands or colonies arising from one or a few seeds or plant pieces. These colonies form along the margins of streams and in marshes and ditches. Eradication of Phragmites is not likely once it successfully invades an area, but with proper control methods and annual maintenance, native plant populations can be reestablished, wildlife and wetland habitat improved, and recreational opportunities restored. ... more >>

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September 2016
Hoot Hoot Don’t Pollute ... more >>

August 2016
The Shirt on Your Back is Polluting the Ocean ... more >>

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News
Little Lake Sees Big Developments with Honeoye Research
New research on Honeoye Lake could crack the code for what ails that lake and waterways everywhere: Harmful blue-green algae. The project involving citizens, students and scientists has this summer uncovered new clues to what spawns and fuels those nasty algae blooms that plague Honeoye and other lakes. ... more >>

Island Lake May Restrict Fertilizers with Phosphorous
Island Lake is poised to become the latest town to severely restrict the use of fertilizers containing phosphorous. ... more >>

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Resources
What is a Lake Vegetation Management Plan?
A Lake Vegetation Management Plan (LVMP) of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) may authorize a variance from the provisions of an Aquatic Plant Management (APM) permit under certain circumstances to control invasive species, protect or improve aquatic resources, provide riparian access, and enhance recreational use on public waters. ... more >>

Realistic Goals to Control Curly-Leaf Pondweed
In the past, many lake managers thought that early treatment of curly-leaf pondweed might lead to better water quality and improved native plant populations. However, recent research has proven that large scale treatments in lakes with high nutrients levels did not produce water quality benefits or increase native plant populations. ... more >>

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Water Management Associations
Nebraska Lakes Association
The Nebraska Lakes Association is an organization dedicated to addressing the issues private lake associations manage. From boating concerns to environmental issues, the Association has a wealth of information to share with private lake residents and Lake Associations. ... more >>

Minnesota Waters
Minnesota Waters is a statewide organization dedicated to protecting and improving the health of our state’s lakes and rivers, by engaging and empowering citizens, agencies and policymakers. Minnesota Waters provides the training, connections and support to empower citizens to take action to save our lakes and rivers. ... more >>

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Aquatic Weed Harvesting Update - The lake weed harvester began operation for the season on May 4th. This year it has been operating five days a week, with some of those days having extended hours. To date, 382 cubic yards of aquatic plants have been removed from the lake...which is 64 truckloads of lake weeds disposed of just this year! During the same period last year, 94 cubic yards of aquatic plants were removed from the lake.


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