Aquatic Invasive Species are present in Washington County!

FREE AIS ID Workshops - RSVP here (not required but strongly preferred) 

Join us for a free workshop about curly leaf, milfoil, zebra mussels, and other aquatic invasive species. You will have an opportunity to hear updates about your lake and connect with local resources.

Forest Lake - Monday, June 19 @ 6:30p.m.
Meet at the Comfort Lake-Forest Lake Watershed District Office
44 Lake St S, Forest Lake, MN 55025


Lake Elmo Park Reserve - Wednesday, June 28 @ 6:30p.m.
Meet at the North Picnic Shelter - you will need to purchase a $7 park day pass
1515 Keats Ave N, Lake Elmo, MN 55042


Big Marine Park Reserve - Thursday, June 29 @ 6:30p.m.
Meet at the Picnic Shelter - you will need to purchase a $7 park day pass. 17495 Manning Trail N, Marine on St Croix, MN 55047

Agenda: 6:30p.m. Brief Presentation
6:50p.m. Lake Updates
7:00p.m. Walk (or drive) to lakeshore
7:15p.m. Hands on ID at the lakeshore

 

Clean. Drain. Dry. 

Clean. Drain. Dry. 

Infested Lakes in Washington County

Infested Lakes in Washington County

Learn what Washington County is doing about aquatic invasive species

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Scroll down to find presentations and resources from our AIS workshops.  


Aquatic Invasive Species Information and Resources for Washington County

2016 Spring Lake Association meetings - Managing curlyleaf pondweed and Eurasian water milfoil:

2014 AIS Workshop:

Funding for Aquatic Invasive Species education and prevention efforts is provided by Washington County with funding from the Minnesota Legislature.

Project partners: Brown’s Creek Watershed District; Carnelian-Marine-St. Croix Watershed District; Comfort Lake – Forest Lake Watershed District; Middle St. Croix Watershed Management Organization; Ramsey – Washington Metro Watershed District; Rice Creek Watershed District; South Washington Watershed District; Valley Branch Watershed District; St. Croix River Association; and Washington County Parks Division.

Go to Minnesota DNR for more info about aquatic invasive species.