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From Cory Zickert, WLPR Owner and Senior Aquatic Manager

January 28, 2011

Well, even though we are sitting under 10" of snow and 12" of ice, the staff at WLPR is not hibernating. This time of the year is definitely a well-deserved break from the field, we…

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From Cory Zickert, WLPR Owner and Senior Aquatic Manager

October 13, 2010

With the little touch of summer like weather we have been having, our biologists have been busy helping pond owners shut down their ponds for another season. We have been performing many storm-water wet basin…

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From Seth Gade, Senior Aquatic Manager

September 24, 2010

The 2010 season is coming to an end. Hopefully you were happy with the way your pond looked this season. If you saw more growth than usual of aquatic vegetation and/or algae, try not to…

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From Seth Gade, Senior Aquatic Manager

June 4, 2010

The biologists at WLPR have been busy treating ponds for algae and Sago Pondweed. Given the unseasonably warm spring, most ponds are growing unsightly amounts of algae. To combat the large algae blooms, we have…

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Cory Zickert, WLPR Owner and Senior Aquatic Manager

May 10, 2010

Thanks to all the people that roughed the weather for pond days. We had a great turn out and enjoyed discussing "pond scum" with all of you.We are well underway for treating Curly-leaf pondweed. Eurasian…

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From Phil, Fisheries Management Biologist

May 5, 2010

As the water temperatures begin to warm customers should begin to notice more activity from their fish. WLPR biologists have been noticing an increased fish activity in the last few days. Largemouth bass and bluegills…

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From Seth, WLPR Senior Aquatic Manager

April 6, 2010

If the ice came off your pond and you saw unsightly algae, you are not alone. The WLPR staff has encountered many ponds with rings of cold water algae surrounding ponds.

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From Cory, WLPR Owner/Senior Aquatic Manager

March 24, 2010

Most ice is all gone on lakes and ponds in the southern part of the state. So far, we have had only one phone call regarding a fish kill so hopefully that trend continues. Fish…

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From Phil, WLPR Fisheries Biologist

March 18, 2010

As the season draws near customers should be looking around the shorelines of their ponds for any signs of a winter fish kill. Customers should look for dead or decaying fish. If a customer thinks…

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From Cory, WLPR Owner

March 15, 2010

Welcome to our updated website. We hope you find the information we have provided to be helpful and informative. We have worked very hard to provide our clients with the most up-to date tools and…

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