SYRACUSE — The state of the foundation was presented during the Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation Annual Meeting Saturday. During the close to 90-minute meeting guests heard from several board members on projects and programs. Dr. Joan Szynal, chairman of the WACF board, stated WACF is “all about … Read More
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Department of Natural Resources grants, totaling more than $585,000, will be used to fight invasive aquatic plants in Indiana’s lakes. Some of those funds will be utilized in area lakes.Read More
LAKE WAWASEE — This summer, the Center for Lakes & Streams, at Grace College, began a new project to monitor starry stonewort on Lake Wawasee. Starry stonewort is an invasive algae which can pose a threat to lakes as it can form dense, thick mats which inhibit boat … Read More
WARSAW — Have you seen changes in your favorite lake, stream or river? While change is inevitable there are some changes which affects the quality of water used by humans, fish, wildlife and agriculture. Some of these changes can be reversed or controlled. If nothing is done, this … Read More
SYRACUSE — The Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation met for their final Lake Talks & Eats of the summer today, Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Education Center.
Following a potluck breakfast and coffee, WACF board member Diana Castell introduced the two speakers, Jim Donahoe, owner of Aquatic Weed Control, and Rod Edgell from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
The Indiana DNR is reducing the amount of chemical weed control conducted by lake residents at Lake Tippecanoe in hope of reversing a downward trend in native aquatic plant coverage. Since 2006, coverage of native plants has declined by 35 percent within the three basins (James, Oswego and … Read More