AIS Weed Treatment
The WLCA will continue to treat the common areas of the lake for invasive curly leaf pondweed in 2022. The WLCA is seeking to secure funding for the treatment from the DNR.
This year we will be one of the only lake associations in the state to work closely with the DNR on a new point intercept app that will allow the WLCA to better spot treat problem areas of CLP with Diquat which will promote the growth of native lake vegetation.
For private treatments, the WLCA asks homeowners to please follow DNR regulations & permit policies for treating their lakeshore. We also encourage healthy lake shore management and to consult the City and DNR if you plan to make any changes to the shoreline buffer zone as defined by city zoning.