Tuesday, November 24, 2020

12 Ways To Protect Your Lake:

Healthy lakes are like Mom, puppies and apple pie – we all love and adore them.So, of course, your lake deserves TLC....

Endocrine disruptors in lakes are becoming an emerging concern

Over the past few years, studies of Minnesota’s waters have found a variety of unregulated chemicals -- such as pharmaceuticals, fragrances, fire...

Our Lakeshore/Groundwater Connection Videos

These animated videos about lakeshore restoration and stewardship werecreated in collaboration with the Anoka County Water Resource OutreachCollaborative and several local Lake...

Lakeshore Owners Loving Their Lakes To Death- Darren Newville, EOT SWCD

By Darren Newville, District Manager EOT SWCD I get it, we want our lake homes or cabins larger enough...

Landscaping And Shoreland Restoration

Principles Shorelands are naturally full of a rich diversity of life: plants, animals, and microorganisms, including humans. As we understand...

Landscape And Climate Change

Climate change affects BWSR's ability to fulfill its mission, which is to improve and protect Minnesota's water and soil resources by working in partnership...

Antibiotics are accumulating in Minn. lakes, posing health risk

Dan Gunderson Moorhead, Minn. Antibiotics used in medicine are accumulating in the bottom of Minnesota lakes. 

Total Phosphorus

Phosphorus is a nutrient important for plant growth.  In most lakes, phosphorus is the limiting nutrient, which means that everything that plants and algae...

Why Does Our Lake Continue To Get More Weeds

Why Does Our Lake Continue To Get More Weeds? OTC COLA recently published a Water Quality Analysis Ranking Report of...

Water Quality Distorted by Zebra Mussels

Water Quality Distorted by Zebra Mussels Recent studies have confirmed that if your lake has zebra mussels you cannot compare your...