What are they?
Aquatic invasive species are non-native plants or animals that invade Wisconsin’s waterways. Their presence can cause severe damage to local ecosystems, industry, and tourism. They also crowd out native plants, which provides more suitable habitat for native fish species. Our channels are home to two species: curly leaf pondweed and Eurasian water milfoil. You’ve probably seen them hanging off your prop when you dock your boat at the end of a beautiful day on Lake Wisconsin.
Click here to learn more about these invaders that inhabit the channels.
Click here to see a map of the channel areas that are to be treated in May/June 2020.
Click here to see the public notice published in the Lodi Enterprise.