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Kewaunee County joins invasive species initative

Do not be surprised if someone is checking out your boat at East Alaska Lake and Shea’s Lake this summer. The Kewaunee County Land and Water Conservation Department is joining forces with the Glacierland Resource Conservation and Development and other invasive species initiatives to bring the Clean Boats, Clean Lakes program to the area. Inspectors like Sloan Wunder will talk to anglers and boaters about what they can do to stop spreading invasive species from lake to lake. County conservationist Kate Nelson says it is all about education.

There is no set schedule for the inspectors, but Nelson says they will be present during the high-traffic times of the day. Clean Waters, Clean Boats has been a program of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources since 2004.

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