First Quarterly Meeting of 2021
We want to give you an update and hear your voice for 2021!
Click the flyer to register for the first quarterly meeting of 2021!
Join Us on Zoom for Our Final Meeting of the Year!
On September 23rd we are hosting the final LCCW meeting of the year via ZOOM!
Highlights of the September 23rd meeting will include:
An update by DNR Water Resources Management Specialist Amy Kretlow on Aquatic Invasive Species efforts completed over the summer.
Tim Tyre from Carroll University will give a presentation on wave action and sediment suspension caused by different types of boats, using North Lake Management District as a case study. The program will feature dynamic aerial and underwater drone videography produced by the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC), Carroll University and the North Lake Management District.
A question and answer session will follow.
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2020 Annual Healthy Lakes Conference
The 5th Annual Lake Country Clean Waters Healthy Lakes Conference was held on June 5th, 2020. It included excellent guest speakers on topics including Aquatic Invasive Species Research and Management, Wake Boats and Shorelines, How Salt from the Environment Affects our Waters, Citizen Lake Monitoring, and also included our First Annual Lake Country Clean Waters "Lake Recognition Award!"
Conference registration was $15. We want to make this valuable information available to the public because we truly feel that it is so important! However, our nonprofit runs on a shoestring budget.
If you view the recording of the conference below, PLEASE consider making a donation out of goodwill and support for the health of our lake, river, and stream ecosystems!
CLICK THE FLYER TO REGISTER FOR THE 5TH ANNUAL HEALTHY LAKES & RIVERS CONFERENCE
Friday, June 7, 2019
Healthy Lakes Conference
Seven Seas Restaurant
Starts at: 8:30 a.m., to 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Lake Country Lakes,
Quarterly Round Table
Saturday, May 4, 2019
Carroll University’s Prairie Springs Environmental Education Center
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.