Tag Archives: Clean Waters

Volunteers Ready for 2016 Landing Blitz

Author – Molly Sequin; UWEX Student Outreach Assistant Many boaters in Wisconsin wait all year for their favorite water holiday – the Fourth of July! Temperatures are warm and days are long, making for a great time on the water … Continue reading

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Wading into the Big Muddy – Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention on the Mississippi River.

 Take me to the river and drop me in the water Dip me in the river, drop me in the water Washing me down, washing me down These words from the hit song “Take Me to the River” first penned … 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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Landing Blitz sets volunteer, boater contact records for fifth straight year

  The weather was in our favor, but the calendar it seemed, was not. With our fifth annual Landing Blitz scheduled to bring volunteers and staff to boat landings for just one weekend over the July 4 holiday instead of … Continue reading

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