Local lake and river associations are great resources to learn more about your lake or river and can help you get involved in how your waterbody is managed. They may be able to help sponsor a future Healthy Lakes & Rivers grant or direct you to other funding possibilities for implementing best practices on your shoreline.
Organizations that have partnered with the Wisconsin Shoreland Evaluation Tool are shown below in the map. You can click on the blue icons on the map to learn more about the organizations and find their contact information.
The Foundation works to preserve the aesthetic values of Black Oak Lake and its surroundings, to protect Black Oak Lake as a public recreational facility for today and in the future and to encourage the proper stewardship of lake front property.
The Clark Lake Advancement Association (CLAA) works with state and local private and governmental organizations to maintain and improve water quality, aquatic and shoreland natural habitat, fishing, safe boating and social events on and around Clark Lake.
The Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance is a non-profit organization that works with partners to protect and restore the water resources of the Fox-Wolf River Basin.
The PACRS organized in 2007 to address water quality issues on the lakes in the Wisconsin River watershed. PACRS is a diverse group of people focused on improving the water quality and recreation on the Petenwell and Castle Rock lakes of the WI River.
We aim to protect the ecology of Rice Lake and promote responsible lake usage
The Tomahawk Lake Association is an organization of people united by the passion to keep our lake beautiful for generations to come. The Tomahawk Lake Association is a not-for-profit, 501c(3) organization of people who care about Tomahawk Lake.
Our purpose is to promote the environmental protection and responsible use of Washburn County surface waters and their attendant wetlands, shorelands and wildlife resources.
Get an Organization Account
If you are part of an organization who would like to be listed on the map and have a page directing users to your contact information, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. We can work with you to set up an organization account.