Lake Management Planning Technical Teams - status report as of 9/29/17 Water Quality Technical Team: Held first Team meeting in September Collecting existing information and data to add to the project document inventory Working
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On September 13th, 2017 the Winnebago Lakes Council (WLC) held its last full membership meeting at the J.P. Coughlin Center in Oshkosh. Earlier this summer, the WLC Board proposed that the organization dissolve citing the Board's lack
Butte des Morts Conservation Club is hosting a fall clean-up at Terrell's Island on Saturday, October 21st from 10am to 3pm. Volunteers are needed to help with maintenance such as cutting branches, cleaning up
Are you a part of a local club or organization? We are looking for contact information for area clubs and organizations. Our goal is to contact as many groups from around the Winnebago Lakes
Neenah Foundry recently partnered with the City of Menasha Landmarks Commission and students from the City of Menasha schools to produce a series of iron castings for the
Interagency coordination meeting: Regulation of the outflows from Lake Winnebago into the Lower Fox River – Oct 16th, 2017Korin Doering 2017-10-12T14:09:24+00:00
Location: The Corps of Engineers’ Fox River and Wisconsin Operations Office, 2619 East Capitol Drive, Appleton, WI Date & Time: Monday, October 16, 2017 at 2:00PM (C.D.T) Hosted by: US Army Corps of Engineers
Join us for one of the two upcoming public information sessions to learn about water level management on Lake Winnebago. Presentations will be given by the US Army Corps of Engineers: James
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR), in collaboration with the US EPA and CADMUS (EPA's contractor), are developing total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) for total phosphorus (TP) and total suspended solids (TSS) for
The Winnebago Waterways Program began aquatic invasive species (AIS) monitoring efforts during the month of August. Our AIS Coordinator, Chris Acy, has been out on the Winnebago Lakes searching for any new introductions of
September 30 (Saturday), 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Instructor: Dr. James Reinartz, Director, UWM Field Station is a plant ecologist and evolutionary biologist. This hands-on class, offered by UW-Milwaukee’s Natural History Field Station, will discuss, demonstrate