Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Grant Program
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|For 2023 season, intern Naomi Mullen served as the Water Quality Specialist for Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department. During the year, Naomi attended several trainings on AIS identification and Clean Boats Clean Waters (CBCW) programming. She also passed the AIS Verifier Exam. Other 2023 highlights included:|
- Beetle control for Purple Loosestrife
|Hands-on with Asian Clams and Zebra Mussels during Snapshot Day 2023|
|SEWRPC Meander Survey Report 2023 (Pickeral Lake and Silver Lake)|
|Walworth County Land Use and Resource Management Department intern Jenna Suda served as a Water Quality Specialist for 2022. |
During the year, she conducted several meander surveys, Clean Boats Clean Water inspections, documented presence and condition of Aquatic Invasive Species signage at boat ramps, as well as a few other projects.
|Meander survey by kayak on Turtle Lake was one of several throughout the summer.|
|SEWRPC Meander Survey Report 2022 (North Lake and Swan Lake)|
For 2021, Emma Yurkovich was welcomed to Walworth County as a Water Quality Specialist Intern, working for the Land Use and Resource Management Department. During the year, she will be conducting meander surveys, Clean Boats Clean Water inspections and trainings, Aquatic Invasive Species signage at boat ramps, as well as a few other projects.
|The CD3 machine made it's way around Geneva Lake boat launches throughout the summer.|
|SEWRPC Meander Survey Report 2021 (Army Lake and Lake Wandawega)|
Walworth County Lakes Association - Mission
The purpose of the Walworth County Lake Association is to provide a resource for Walworth County Lake communities to share lake-related information and concerns among one another and with governmental units.