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The purpose of the Winnebago Waterways Program (WWP) is to engage watershed residents in efforts to improve, protect, and enjoy the lakes, rivers, and streams within the Winnebago System.

We currently have two large projects under the Winnebago Waterways Program: (1) Lake Management Planning and (2) Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention, Outreach, and Monitoring.

>> CLICK HERE to learn about Lake Management Planning

May 17th in Fond du Lac at Tuffy’s Outpost
May 18th in Winneconne at Woodeye’s
May 25th in Menasha at Waverly Beach

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Winnebago Waterways Updates

Blog articles from our e-newsletter, The Source

Pipe Creek Watershed Project

By | May 15th, 2017|Categories: Agriculture, Lake Management, water quality, Watershed Project, Winnebago Waterways|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

The Pipe Creek Watershed is the northern most watershed that drains to Lake Winnebago in Fond du Lac County. See map below. Like many of the tributaries along the east shore of Lake Winnebago,

Winnebago Waterways Program Introduced at Kick-off Celebration Event

By | May 15th, 2017|Categories: Aquatic Invasive Species, Event, Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance, Lake Management, Outreach and Education, water quality, Winnebago Waterways|Tags: , , , |

Over 90 people from around the Winnebago Lakes region, including area residents and elected officials, joined Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance on April 27th for the Winnebago Waterways Program (WWP) Kick-off Celebration held at The Waters