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Municipalities

COMMUNITY ponds capture the attention of all around!  Whether it be for local kids fishing programs, parks and other recreational activities we all want to see an algae free body of water.  Inevitably as we progress through the seasons, rain events, parking lot run offs and of course those pesty geese municipal ponds can be overlooked.  We hope to EDUCATE any and all interested in keeping these waters beautiful and enjoyable for all!  Adding an aeration system or fountain can do wonders.   Is your pond’s APPEARANCE the best it could be?

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Recent Resources

Bluegill vs. Hybrid Bluegill

What Should You Add to Your Pond? By Joey BergAquatic Field Biologist, Fisheries Specialist “Bluegill? Hybrid Bluegill? No Bluegill at all?” There are definitely some considerations when deciding how to stock (or…

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Fish Stocking Q & A

By Joseph BergAquatic Biologist, Fisheries Specialist We Have Answers! Although ice covers much of Wisconsin’s water, many people are looking forward to open water thinking about stocking fish in lakes or ponds.…

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Permitting Requirements for Aquatic Plant Management & Fish Stocking

By Becca Gray Lake Management Technician/ Administrative Assistant Looking to manage those pesky plants growing in your backyard pond? In order to protect Wisconsin’s native aquatic plants and prevent the spread of…

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