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DNR Reports Zebra Mussels Found in Aquarium Product

Agency provides guidelines for proper disposal of “moss balls” By Wisconsin Lakes staff The WI Department of Natural Resources is urging Wisconsinites to immediately remove and properly dispose of commercially purchased “moss balls” for aquariums after invasive zebra mussels were discovered in balls sold in Wisconsin and across the United States, according to a March […]

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Lake District Treasurer Training

Tuesday, September 22, 2020 ~ 4:00-5:30pmOnlineREGISTER TODAY Are you a bright eyed, newly-elected treasurer for your lake district wondering what to do next or maybe a grizzled veteran number jockey in need of a brush up on your duties? Attend our special online training webinar for lake district treasurers in Wisconsin on Tuesday, September 22 […]

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HAPPY EARTH DAY!

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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WI Lakes & Rivers Convention Workshops!

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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WI Lakes & Rivers Convention Reborn in Online Format!

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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Reflecting on a traditional Thanksgiving berry from Wisconsin

In November’s “Water Column”, Diane Daulton reflects on the cranberry Today we share Diane Daulton’s “Water Column”, a monthly essay on water and Wisconsin. Enjoy! Diane is an independent author, naturalist/educator and lake and stream advocate.  She can be reached at dianaenplaya@gmail.com. Shortening days are one of the many reminders that the seasons are marching […]

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