Category Archives: Citizen Lake Monitoring

As the ice begins to melt, here are some invasive species to be on the lookout for

By Jenny Seifert, UWEX Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach Specialist The weird spring tease we got this week – in February – got me thinking about what sorts of aquatic invasive species (AIS) water lovers could be on the lookout for … Continue reading

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The 38th Annual Wisconsin Lakes Convention is Almost Here!

Dedicated lake lovers of Wisconsin: your week is almost here! The 38th annual Wisconsin Lakes Partnership Convention will be held on Wednesday, March 30 through Friday, April 1. It will take place at the Holiday Inn and Convention Center located at … Continue reading

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A Powerful Ally for Those Who Enjoy Lakes.

Some of the most popular lakes in Wisconsin result from the impoundment of large rivers by hydroelectric dams and produce artificial lakes or flowages that can be hundreds to thousands of acres in extent. The management plans for these water … Continue reading

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Lake of the Month: Archibald Lake in Oconto County

This October, we are highlighting Archibald Lake, a nearly 400-acre seepage lake in northwest Oconto County.  This lake is largely surrounded by the Cathedral Pines State Natural Area and the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and enjoys clear waters and relatively undeveloped … Continue reading

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