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Maple Lake Restoration and Protection

Lake Front Park

Lake Front Park

Take proper care of your pet waste

Take proper care of your pet waste

Lake Front Park

Lake Front Park

If it helps your grass grow, it helps lake weeds grow

If it helps your grass grow, it helps lake weeds grow

Walkway to Maple Island

Walkway to Maple Island

Trouble with Geese - Don't feed waterfowl

Trouble with Geese - Don't feed waterfowl

Near north end of Maple Lake

Near north end of Maple Lake

Geese pollute! Just 5 minutes from Beek to Butt

Geese pollute! Just 5 minutes from Beek to Butt

Sunrise over south Maple Lake

Sunrise over south Maple Lake

No Dumping in Storm Drains

No Dumping in Storm Drains

Bullfrogs are great to have along shorelines.

Bullfrogs are great to have along shorelines.

Bullfrogs Yes, Geese NO! Don't feed the Geese

Bullfrogs Yes, Geese NO! Don't feed the Geese

We Love These

We Love These

Too many geese ruin a good thing

Too many geese ruin a good thing

Ag runoff brings sediment and nutrients to Maple Lake

Ag runoff brings sediment and nutrients to Maple Lake

Sediment is the #1 Pollutant

Sediment is the #1 Pollutant

Nutrients running in Maple cause algae blooms

Nutrients running in Maple cause algae blooms

Director Small (r) and DPS worker Report on CNSP project to Village Council

Director Small (r) and DPS worker Report on CNSP project to Village Council

This page last updated on 1/9/2017.

 

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