Beach Club Recommendations

The Adams County Land & Water Conservation Department (LWCD) received a grant from the Wisconsin DNR to survey and create a shoreline protection plan for each beach club located on the Tri Lakes. These beach clubs make up 11% of all waterfront property/shorelines on the lakes. It is the hope of Adams County LWCD that […]

Healthy Lakes Grant Program

The Healthy Lakes grant program offers a 3:1 dollar match from the WI DNR, reimbursed upon completion, up to $1,000 for each project.  You may have more than one project at a time on your property that is eligible for this funding.  There are five practices that are funded under this program: native plantings, rain […]

Board Set to Order DNR to Develop New Water Standards

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Department of Natural Resources board is set to vote this month on whether to allow the agency to begin drafting new water quality standards for a host of pollutants. Read the full story

State Water Task Force

After a year of study, debate and hearings, the state’s Water Quality Task Force published their comprehensive report and recommendations on Wednesday. Read the report>>

Upcoming Events

14-Mile Watershed Meeting June 8 at 2:00 via Webex. Tri-Lakes Board Meeting June 17 at 3:00 at the Town Hall Beginning April 15 barley straw bags will be available for pickup outside, in front of the Tri-Lakes building.

(PCR) Test Post

Wendy and Dave Newsom bought their home on a large bay on upper Camelot from Wendy’s grandparents who had it built when the lakes were first developed in the 70s. Agenda 2-10-2020.pdf Camelot-Water-Tests.doc

Clean Water Cooperator – November 2019

Clean Water Cooperator – Nov 2019 Wendy and Dave Newsom bought their home on a large bay on upper Camelot from Wendy’s grandparents who had it built when the lakes were first developed in the 70s.

DNR board ready to move forward on water pollution rules

MADISON, WI (AP) — The state Department of Natural Resources board is poised to move forward on extensive rewrites of Wisconsin’s water pollution regulations that could cost well-users, farmers and wastewater treatment plants millions of dollars.