Total Maximum Daily Loads
Wisconsin Budget Cuts
Annual River Cleanup
Asian Crazy Worm
Algae Bloom Fuel More Algae
Creek Divides North America
Lake Winnebago Winter Conditions
Lake Winnebago Clean Waters Project
Shoreland Restoration: A Growing Solution
Historic News of Lake Winnebago
Shore Line Demonstration Project
A Milwaukee Project
Green Bay Dead Zones
Lake Winnebago and White Bass
Historic News of Lake Winnebago
Dredging Lakeside Park
Fish Line Receptacle Project Update
Rare Blue Walleye in Lake Winnebago
Lake Levels Above Target This Summer
Lake Winnebago Outlook-August 21, 2013
Fallen Trees in Water
Status of Shoreland Protection
A Floating Solar Power Plant
Global Positioning Survey of Lake Winnebago
2013 Wisconsin Lakes Partnership Convention archives online
Lake Winnebago and the Coast Guard
Water Quality Tests in Summer 2012 show Winnebago to be "Eutrophic"
Zebra Mussel Monitoring and Control
Five County Lake Project Presentation
Fish Line Receptacles
What Are Zebra Mussels
The Lake Winnebago Quality Improvement Association is a non-profit organization striving to
improve the water quality of Lake Winnebago, for the betterment of the lake's natural habitat as well as for public recreational use.
Our association takes action on lake quality issues through education, communication, and social fund raising meetings for
members and guests, and promotes cooperation among governmental units, interested organizations, and the public.
Clean Water Starts In Our Backyard
Published: April 23, 2015
This video is from a project developed by FondyFive, an Association of Commerce Leadership Program Team, to raise
awareness and prevent polluted runoff from entering Lake Winnebago.
KFIZ podcast with the FondyFive.
Lakeside Park West Garden
Published: May 10, 2014
One of the Lake Winnebago Clean Waters Project's efforts is the creation of a native plant demonstration garden in Fond du Lac's
Lakeside Park West. For information on the garden and to volunteer to help, visit
New Receptacles Help Fishermen Recycle Unwanted Line
Published: August 20, 2013
Chris Anderson and Matthew Dudarenke install a receptacle at Lakeside Park West.
People fishing on Lake Winnebago now have an easy way to dispose of old or unwanted fishing line. Ten fish line receptacles have been placed around the southern end of the lake in an effort to keep the lake clean and safe for wildlife and people using it.
Chris Anderson designed the receptacles from PVC pipe donated by JF Ahern as part of his Eagle Scout project. Fellow scouts from Troop 705 of North Fond du Lac helped with the construction and installation. The project was sponsored by the Lake Winnebago Quality Improvement Association.
Fishing line, or monofilament, is typically non-degradable and lasts about 600 years. Abandoned fishing line injures or kills fish, birds and other wildlife.
Collection bins are located at the following launch sites:
Hwy 45 Wayside
(3) at Lakeside Park West (Supple Marsh)
(2) at Lakeside Park East
Columbia Park in Calumet
Fisherman's Road in Taycheedah
Chris discusses the placement of labels with Larry Kent.
Chris Anderson is joined by fellow Scouts to work on his
Eagle Scout project, including (from left) John Fuchs,
Matthew Dudarenke, Mike Fuchs, Jordon Friend, Kurt Weir,
and Patrick Weir. The Scouts are from Troop 705 of North
Fond du Lac.
LWQIA 2015 Board Meetings
Published: December 19, 2014
All Board meetings are at 7 PM on the first Wednesday of each month in the EOC (Emergency Operating Center) in the basement of the
Fond du Lac City/County Building. The public is invited to attend.