Category Archives: Citizen Lake Monitoring

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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Landing Blitz Off to a Quick Start

The fifth annual Landing Blitz is just around the corner and the number of participants is growing rapidly.  From Thursday, July 4 through Sunday, July 7, Clean Boats, Clean Waters crews will be making a splash against aquatic invasive species … Continue reading

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What’s NEW with the DNR Lakes Webpages?

Some exciting changes are coming to the DNR Lake Pages!  The DNR lakes Information Technology team has been busy developing new tools for you to use.  These tools are meant to help you easily navigate the Lakes Pages and SWIMS … Continue reading

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The Citizen Lake Monitoring Network

One of the most successful efforts of the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership has been “The Citizen Lake Monitoring Network.” Every year since 1986, dedicated volunteers monitor lakes statewide for a variety of different water quality and lake health indicators. The effort, … Continue reading

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