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Volunteers Needed to Protect your Lake!

We are looking for property owners that are concerned about keeping destructive Aquatic Invasive Species out of our water. Clean Boat Clean Water volunteers will be at the boat launch starting May 2nd to educate boaters and inspect their watercraft.

Shifts are available every weekend throughout the summer, if you are interested in helping, please contact us at manager@moenlakechain.org

 




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IF A TREE FALLS...

The question is often raised whether it is 'Law' or 'Best Practice' not to remove fallen trees from the water. According to Wendy Henniges, the DNR Water Regulation and Zoning person:

If a tree falls from your property into the water, you CAN remove it within a 2 week time period. Once the tree settles into the lake bottom, you will need a permit to lawfully remove the tree. Once it is settled, you would be 'dredging' to remove it, and that requires a permit.

Even if it falls on to your pier or in your mooring area....you can remove the tree before it settles, but you will still need a permit if it fell and stayed there for over 2 weeks.

Ms Henniges also said that our lakes are 'starved' for woody debris that was abundant prior to development. She would prefer to see all fallen trees stay. It is good for the environment.

You can cut off branches that are above water, as long as you do not disturb the lake bottom where the rest of the tree has settled.

I hope this clarifies this commonly misunderstood property management requirement. For additional clarification please call Ms Henniges at 715-365-8961.

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