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2020 Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference

An Online Learning Event! Friday, June 19 ~ 9:00am-3:45pm$10 Registration Fee (Students Free!) THIS YEAR, THE NORTHWEST LAKES CONFERENCE IS MOVING ONLINE! The Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference is a great opportunity for lake enthusiasts, local government officials, and others interested in protecting our water resources to take in a number of educational presentations and network […]

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Clean Boats, Clean Waters amidst the pandemic

A Lake Organizations & COVID-19 Webinar from Wisconsin Lakes Thursday, June 11, 2020 ~ 4:00-5:30pmFree! ~ Registration Required While Wisconsin continues to reopen from the COVID-19 pandemic closures, lake organizations wishing to do boat landing monitoring and inspections for aquatic invasive species on watercraft face a patchwork of federal, state, county, and local guidelines on […]

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Today we celebrate this big blue marble we call home By Michael Engleson, Executive Director Today, April 22, 2020, is the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, a worldwide day of celebration and call to action to protect and preserve our planet that has its roots right here in the Badger state. In this extraordinary time, […]

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Can My Lake Organization Even Meet Right Now?

What are the rules governing meetings for lake organizations during the COVID-19 health emergency? By Wisconsin Lakes Staff The information below is current as of April 14, 2020 The ongoing pandemic and “stay at home” orders continue to throw chaos and uncertainty into many aspects of our lives both personally and professionally. Unfortunately, lake organization […]

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Vote YES for safer small lakes!

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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