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We have answers! By Wisconsin Lakes Staff UW-Extension Lakes compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding the re-created online version of the Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers Convention, some of which we present in the post below. In addition, Wisconsin Lakes will be blogging about Convention regularly right up until the event. You can see […]

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While the coronavirus health emergency forced us to cancel the Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers Convention, we’re taking it to the (biologically) virus-free internet By Wisconsin Lakes staff The Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers Convention, originally scheduled for April 1-3, 2020 in Stevens Point is canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak just now hitting Wisconsin. While the […]

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The WI Lakes & Rivers Convention is Now an ONLINE event Resilience implies being able to maintain form and function despite disturbance. Your 2020 Convention is greatly impacted by the coronavirus and the associated public health protocols. We are not going to be able to meet in person. We are instead developing a method to […]

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Voting Open Online for Conservation Congress Spring Hearings – Includes boating question By Wisconsin Lakes Staff Question #50 before the Spring Hearings of the Wisconsin Conservation Congress asks the legislature to make boating on small lakes safer by allowing boating in excess of slow-no-wake speeds only on lakes with 50 or more acres not currently […]

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Sign up by 4pm Sunday March 29 for the April 1 workshops! By Wisconsin Lakes staff The online lake event of 2020 is fast approaching! As is the deadline to register for workshops at the event. The 2020 Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers Convention will be held ONLINE April 1-3, with workshops on lake science, policy, […]

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With more than 15,000 lakes in our state, Wisconsin has an incredible team working for their continued well-being and no one entity can do the job alone. The Wisconsin Lakes Partnership brings science, education and citizens together to empower people to work together to care for our lakes. Recognized as a national model of collaboration, […]

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