UW-Extension, WDNR, local government officials, the Lake Winnebago Quality Improvement Association of Fond du Lac County, and area residents are trying to answer the question, “How can we enjoy our favorite activities in a healthy Lake Winnebago System?” Participate in the conversation with thoughts, photos, votes at www.WinnebagoWaterways.com.
Audio Recording from the July 17, 2013 Boater Safety Seminar “On Your Side”(mp3; 43:39). This file includes all of the individual sections below.
|Introduction (mp3) (4:30)||Diana Hammer Tscheschlok – UW-Extension|
|FDL Sheriff’s Deputy Scott Skupas|
|USCG Executive Petty Officer Robert Shores|
|WDNR Warden Supervisor April Dombrowski and Warden Al Erickson|
|WDNR Water Guards, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, FDL County Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator, Clean Boats/Clean Waters|
|Fond du Lac County Sheriff, WDNR, and United States Coast Guard|
Podcast of KFIZ Outdoors Thursday (April 18, 2013) featuring Bob Hasse interviewing local WDNR Conservation Warden Al Erickson and the Coast Guard Public Affairs Officer about the Winnebago Lake System as federal waters.
Dip Into Lakes Series (Spring 2012) Videos, photos, and the most current information on lake ecology, aquatic plants, fish, economic impact of the lake, Wisconsin Water Law, Winnebago System History, and future challenges to the lake.
Introduction to the Meeting and Lake Systems (1.52MB, Power Point Slide Show, 6 slides) by Diana Hammer Tscheschlok, Fond du Lac County UW-Extension Educator.
Lake Winnebago Water Clarity & Aquatic Plant Growth (4.96MB, Power Point Slide Show, 49 slides) by Jay Schiefelbein, Chuck Fitzgibbon, & Art Techlow, WDNR Water Resource Management Specialists.
Lake Organizations: How citizens can organize to raise funds and work together on lake issues (847 KB, Power Point Slide Show, 8 slides) by Chad Cook, UW-Extension Natural Resources Educator.
DNR Aquatic Plant Management (111 KB, PDF, 1 pg)
Boating Safety and the Law Seminar: July 17, 2013
Water Quality in the Lake Winnebago Pool written by WDNR & UWEX in 2004 (2.05MB, PDF, 44 pgs)
WDNR – Aquatic Plant Site (permit application forms, rules, & other information)
WDNR – Lake Management Planning Large Scale Lake Grant
WDNR – Lake Managment Planning Small Scale Lake Grant
Find a Lake Related Business (UWEX Directory, no endorsements)
Compost Joe’s: area company that will accept aquatic plant material from lake shore residents.
Just for Fun
Videos from the Aquatic Plants Informational Meeting on March 31, 2011 at UW-Fond du Lac