Arnold Groehler, Animal Damage Control Trapper, started trapping at the beginning of April and will continue into mid-May. Should you see muskrat activity along your shoreline and want them removed, contact Arnold Groehler directly (262-490-9363 email@example.com). Any OLMD residents with an active muskrat burrow should place a flag near the burrow on their property so […]
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Recently a boat washed up on shore near the OLMD Weed Cutting facility. If you think this boat might belong to you, please call the OLMD office at 262-966-0286 and ask for Gary. Please be prepared to provide description.
At this time, the lake weeds have entered the dormant stage. The OLMD Board is continuing to work with the DNR to allow aggressive chemical treatment of Starry Stonewort and other lake weeds in the spring of 2020.
On September 27, 2019, the Okauchee Lake Management District application for chemical treatment of the aquatic invasive species, Starry Stonewort, found in two defined areas on the lake, was denied by DNR Senior Water Resources Management Specialist, Heidi Bunk. The letter of denial offered two substantive reasons for its position: 1. The Starry Stonewort populations […]
Wondered what Starry Stonewort actually looks like and how to tell it from other native plants? Please visit the “Reports” page for picture identification and frequently asked questions regarding Starry Stonewort.
As those of you who went to the August 26, 2019 Okauchee Lake Management District Annual Meeting know, Starry Stonewort, an aggressive aquatic invasive species plant, has been identified in two small areas on the lake: near the bridge between the channel and Little Okauchee, and near the Golden Mast in the channel. At the […]
There will be an informational meeting on October 12th from 1 pm to 3 pm at the Delafield Town Hall: W302N1254 Maple Avenue, Delafield, WI 53018. The meeting is primarily for the residents of the Nemahbin Lakes, Pewaukee Lake, and Okauchee Lake, but all are welcome to attend. There will be a presentation going over […]
As you may already be aware, Starry Stonewort, an aggressive aquatic invasive plant, has recently been found in area lakes, including Okauchee Lake, Pewaukee Lake, and Lower Nemahbin. The stands of Starry Stonewort have been monitored and a series of surveys have begun in working toward finding the correct treatment option for the lakes. Identification […]
Starry Stonewort is an aggressive aquatic invasive plant that forms dense mats of weeds and chokes out native species. It is spread by the “stars” that grow on the plant. Small fragments of the plant containing a starry bulbil can begin a new stand. These fragments can easily be tucked away in live wells, trailers […]
At the August 26, 2019 Annual Meeting OLMD residents were made aware that two stands of the aquatic invasive species, Starry Stonewort, were found in Okauchee Lake. One stand is near the bridge by Foolery’s. A second stand was found near the boat launch at the Golden Mast. OLMD Commissioners took action to begin the […]