Wisconsin is a great place to live, and our wonderful lakes are a top attraction and a precious resource to be enjoyed and protected. The management of Eagle Lake often involves discussion of the same issues and challenges being faced elsewhere, and we embrace the ongoing efforts to develop statewide solutions. The Eagle Lake Improvement Association is a supporting member of Wisconsin Lakes, a strong advocate for statewide policy on clean water and lake sustainability.
One of our newest board members, Beth Brandt, has taken the role of Lake Improvement Research Coordinator to become familiar with their work and the efforts of other similar groups around the state. With the philosophy that our challenges are not unique to Eagle Lake alone, Beth will look for the experiences that are working elsewhere and bring back solutions that can help us locally.
Bookmark this page, and check back often. Beth will provide updates and important news of projects from across the state and our own Eagle Lake initiatives. If you are interested in learning more about the lake and watershed conservation efforts taking place throughout Wisconsin, we've provided some links to their websites for your use.
At this year's Annual Meeting, we learned about the program which encourages shoreline owners to adopt best practices while maintaining their properties. The plan includes five simple and inexpensive methods to improve lake habitat and water quality, many of which can be implemented by do-it-yourselfers. For larger scale efforts, the DNR accepts grant applications from lake associations such as ours, on behalf of multiple property owners. If you are interested in implementation of some of these best practices on your lake property, please click here
to contact us and we will guide you through the process.