Our place in the 14 Mile Creek Watershed
We are now a registered nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization called the 14 Mile Watershed Alliance. This allows us to broaden our outreach to the entire 14 mile watershed.
Learn about the Clean Water Cooperator program Take direct action and become a CLEAN WATER COOPERATOR! Show that you care about the health of our waters by pledging to follow proven fertilizer guidelines that can help keep our waters healthy. For your commitment, you will receive a beautiful CLEAN WATER COOPERATOR sign to proudly show […]
Gene and Laurie have been residents for many years. In 2009, they took notice of the changes at Lake Sherwood. They became aware that a change in habit and behavior was necessary if the lake was to return to its former glory.
Karyl and Norb Affeldt bought their existing home with the beautiful view on the narrows of Lake Sherwood in 2000 as a weekend retreat and future retirement home.
Shortly after moving to Lake Camelot late in 2004, Barb started working at Tri-Lakes Management District. Her job exposed her to learning the importance of shoreline buffers and inspired her to ‘do her part’ to help the health of the lake.
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.
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EPA and DNR approve the 14 Mile Creek Watershed Nine Key Element Plan for restoration of the watershed! June 8, 2020 – Rome, WI – DNR Water Resources Management Specialist Andrew Craig announced the conditional approval of the Nine Key Element Plan for the 14 Mile Creek Watershed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It’s conditional […]
MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced the department is launching its Healthy Watersheds, High-Quality Waters initiative to protect the state’s waters. Wisconsin is home to approximately 17,000 lakes, 650 miles of Great Lakes shoreline, 86,000 miles of streams and 5.3 million acres of additional wetlands. The DNR is committed to […]