WAPOA 2017 Fall Newsletter here
Late December 2017: Oil pipeline certification process continues, but has a set back, “Enbridge has not established a need”
Legal setback for crude oil Pipeline 3 proposal, and a look at the time-table for the pipeline permitting process HERE
Pictured above, USACOE dam at Crosslake. Invasive Eurasian watermilfoil found in September 2017 in waters below this dam. So far the plant has not been found above the dam.
Boat inspections on Whitefish Chain in 2017 HERE
Multiple groups work together to save Big Trout HERE
Lake associations make significant contributions in time and dollars in efforts against aquatic invaders, in 2017 Concordia College study. HERE
September 2017 MN DNR: Starry stonewort, a very aggressive, new invasive plant-like algae, now infects 11 Minnesota lakes …here
August 2016 A must see: Starry stonewort video– Lake Koronis
August 2016 University of MN AIS research director, Dr. Nick Phelps, was at a WAPOA Board Meeting, giving WAPOA Board members the latest information about U Minnesota aquatic invasive (AIS) research efforts. …here
2017 WAPOA WATER QUALITY MAP ..here
WAPOA volunteers take monthly water samples from all the lakes on this map.
November 2017 WAPOA Annual Planning Meeting
Currently the best way to prevent invasive species is by inspecting boats just before they enter the water.
A message from WAPOA President Tom Watson HERE
Current Invasive Species Status in Whitefish Chain HERE
WAPOA Testifies at State Legislative Hearing HERE
WAPOA Works in Multiple Ways to Improve Lake Water Quality A note to our website visitors, notice that everything we do is somehow related to improving the water quality of our lakes… more
WAPOA ANNUAL SHORELINE RESTORATION CONTEST
Natural plants in both the water and on the shore are needed to restore habitat for the living organisms on the shoreline and in the water. One indicator: more fish are found along a natural shoreline. And a restored shoreline results in better water quality.
Prizes are awarded to help with the expense of the restoration. Also some winners receive installation help from a crew from the Minnesota Conservation Corps. HERE
WAPOA’s annual shoreline restoration contest provides free expert help in planning shoreline restoration
Mission Statement Stewardship of the natural world throughout the Whitefish Area and the Pine River Watershed is the mission of Whitefish Area Property Owners Association. The Association shall lead and work with citizens, groups, associations, and government units to conserve and improve the quality of our waters, shoreland, fishery, wildlife resources, and general welfare for the benefit of present and future generations.
Whitefish Area Property Owners Association named 2007 Minnesota Lake Association of the Year
Whitefish Area Property Owners Assn PO Box 342 Crosslake MN 56442-0342
WAPOA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
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