Lake Management Planning

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Pipe Creek Watershed Project

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

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

UW-Extension Lakes Aquatic Plant ID Training – June 27th, 28th, or 29th, 2017

Aquatic Plant Identification Training Hosted by UW-Extension Lakes - Learn how to identify aquatic plants from the experts! Training Description Learn from the experts to identify aquatic plants at the one of three workshops in northern Wisconsin: June 27th, 28th, or 29th, 2017 Experts

UW-Ext. Lakes Aquatic Plant ID Training – June 5th or 6th, 2017

Aquatic Plant Identification Training Hosted by UW-Extension Lakes - Learn how to identify aquatic plants from the experts! Training Description Learn from the experts to identify aquatic plants at the one of five workshops in central and northern Wisconsin: Central Location -

Forming Lake Management Planning Technical Teams

The Winnebago Waterways Program (in partnership with Calumet, Winnebago, Fond du Lac, and Waushara Counties) is working to develop a Lake Management Plan for the Winnebago Lakes. The goal of the Lake