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Have an idea for an article you’d like to read in Lake Views? Send your suggestions to Alyssa Klopatek.
Lake Tides – Newsletter published quarterly by the University of Wisconsin-Extension Lakes Program – part of the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership
Wisconsin Association of Lakes e-Lake Letter – Wisconsin Lakes is a statewide organization working to protect and enhance the quality of Wisconsin’s 15,000 inland lakes. Sign up to receive information on key lake issues, legislative activity affecting lakes, and upcoming lake events.
EEK! Environmental Education for Kids!
Brought to you by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. This electronic magazine is for kids in grades 4-8. Surf around and learn more about the great outdoors.
Water Education Days are held every year in late May at Edwards YMCA Camp. Students from local grade schools are invited to attend and learn about the local Mukwonago River Watershed and why Lake Beulah is such an important aspect of the watershed. The students gain a greater understanding of the lake’s water quality, invasive species that threaten waterways, water cycles and fish populations. A representative from the Wisconsin DNR speaks about important issues that are affecting the lake and surrounding areas.
Water Education Days are sponsored by the LBPIA and also supported by the Friends of the Mukwonago River.
North America Lake Management Society
The Nature Conservancy: Wisconsin
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey
Wisconsin Lakes Partnership
Wisconsin Water Facts
Wisconsin Wetlands Association
Walworth County Lakes Association
University of Wisconsin Extension
Friends of the Mukwonago River
Kettle Morraine Land Trust
The Kettle Moraine Land Trust (KMLT) is seeking Lake Beulah Watershed residents to participate in on-going, hands-on conservation efforts at Divine Word Seminary, Beulah Bluff (opening in Spring 2015), Beulah Bog and future projects in the area. Individuals as well as groups and organizations are welcome. Please call Maggie at 262-949-7211 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Be sure to visit our Fish, Plants & Wildlife page for more Resources & Education!