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
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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
Midwest Glacial Lakes Fish Habitat Partnership Request for 2018 Aquatic Conservation Projects It’s time again to request fish habitat project proposals for funding or support from the Midwest Glacial Lakes Partnership (MGLP). The MGLP
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources video on blue-green algae The DOs and Don'ts of Harmful Algal Blooms Image: WI Climate & Health Program Harmful Algal Blooms Toolkit, 2016
Lake Management Planning Technical Teams - status report as of 8/31/17 AIS/APM Technical Team 8/01/2017 meeting summary: The Team will develop a plan to conduct full point-intercept surveys on all four Winnebago Lakes The
Lake Management Planning for the Winnebago Lakes is moving full-steam ahead! Three of the project Technical Teams will be meeting for the second time over the next few weeks. Those teams are Aquatic Invasive
Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance's Winnebago Waterways Clean Boats, Clean Waters (CBCW) program is having a very successful summer! We have shared the message of stopping the spread of aquatic invasive species with 1,140 contacts around the