Aquatic Invasive Species Newsletter – June, 2021

Interested in volunteer opportunities this summer? The Waukesha County AIS team could use your help!
Volunteer Opportunities:
AIS Snaphot Day August 21st 9 am to 12 pm

Water-lovers from across the state join force to search for aquatic invasive species in Wisconsin’s rivers, streams and lakes. Volunteers are provided training in the morning, the supplies needed to search for aquatic invasive species and the list of sites they will monitor. For more information contact: ehanson@waukeshacounty.gov.

Starry Stonewort Control!
Help control Starry Stonework in Little Cedar Lake and limit the risk of it spreading to other lakes in Washington and Waukesha Counties. The Little Cedar Lake Protection and Rehab District (PRD) needs your help.

What-Invasive Species Pull
• Divers pull weeds
• Kayakers haul pulled weeds to shore
• Shore helpers load wheel barrels and dump weeds

Where-Little Cedar Lake Ackermann’s Grove
When- 8 am to 1 pm
July 17th, Rain Date July 18th
August 7th Rain Date August 8th
For More Information Contact: Little Cedar Lake PRD

For more details, please visit the Waukesha County website at www.waukeshacounty.gov/AIS!