Our communications team stays busy, even during the cold winter months on Eagle Lake.  Several contributions from board members, along with award-winning images from last year's photo contest, provide plenty of content for our Fall 2023/Winter 2024 edition of Ripples.  Are you aware that we elected a new President?  Would you like an update on our first year of the Eagle Lake Protection Program?  Click here to view our electronic version and be sure to print a copy to share with friends and family members.
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News Articles
Happy Trees for the Shore
Posted on Jan 30th, 2024
Our recent Ripples newsletter contained a reference to a very informative article entitled Happy Trees for the Shore.  Click here to open Volume 48-2 of the Lake Tides newsletter and refer to page 8.
New Lake Tides Newsletter
Posted on Dec 8th, 2023
The latest edition of the Lake Tides newsletter is now available.  To read Volume 48-4, the Fall/Winter 2023 publication, click here.
Looking for Happy Trees for the Shore? For Volume 48-2 of Lake Tides, click here.
Shoreline Plant Recommendations
Posted on Jan 3rd, 2023
As a shoreline property owner, you can have a direct impact on water quality.  Improvements to your property and shoreline can help, and native plantings should be considered.  Click here to learn more about good plants, and those to avoid.
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Posted on Sep 10th, 2019
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Welcome New Neighbor Party
Saturday, June 15th, 2024, Tentative date
Boat Parade and Don Hermes Boat Tie-Up
Wednesday, July 3rd, 2024
Regatta and Social
Saturday, August 10th, 2024, Tentative date
Photo Contest Deadline
Monday, August 19th, 2024, 4:00 pm
Wave Maker Cocktail Party
Saturday, August 24th, 2024
ELIA Annual Meeting
Saturday, August 24th, 2024, 9:00am
Fireworks and Ring of Fire
Saturday, August 31st, 2024, Tentative date
Get Involved
The Eagle Lake Improvement Association depends upon the generous financial support and volunteerism of its members.  If you are not yet a member and would like to join, please click here.
For those with an interest in our volunteer opportunities, please click here.
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We are grateful to all of the local business owners who believe in our mission and have elected to support us financially.  Their donations are used to offset the expense of this website and publishing our Ripples newsletters.  We invite you to view their ads on our Business Sponsors page, and support them as much as possible.
If you own a local business and would like to help, please click here.
Weed Cutting/ELMD
Curlyleaf and milfoil are two words that dominate the early season lake management discussions.  Want to learn more?  Click here to visit our webpage dedicated to Weed Management Efforts.  Watch the videos related to weed harvesting and getting to know shallow lakes.
The Eagle Lake Management District is one of our lake partner organizations, and the weed harvesting operation is among their primary responsibilities.  To visit the ELMD website, click here.
Located on Brown's Lake in nearby Burlington, the crew of Midwest Marine and Barge should be your first choice for lakeside needs.  Using the latest in hoist and barge equipment, lift and pier removal is handled with meticulous ease.  For properties where the shoreline is difficult to access from the street, consider Midwest Marine to have your tree and shrub removal tasks handled from the water.  Need a new pier, lift, or canopy?  Midwest Marine can help with that as well.  For details on all available services, call Midwest at 262-716-0055 today or click here to visit them on Facebook.