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​NEWS & EVENTS

Water Resource Center - MSU Partnership
WRC would assist with event sampling and possibly continuous monitoring of key areas allowing the collection of scientifically based data. Click HERE for more information.

Score Your Shore Restoration - City of Madison Lake Partnership
The board is proposing that a portion of the North Shore Park shoreline be converted to a model of native vegetation consistent with the DNR Score the Shore manual. Signage would be placed to describe the different zones and plant species. Learn MORE.

Fishing Pier - City of Madison Lake /Blue Earth County
The board is exploring the idea of partnering with the City of Madison Lake to upgrade the existing fishing pier or work with Blue Earth County on the purchase of a fishing pier for Bray Park.
 
Facebook Photo Contest

How to Enter:

1)  Join the Facebook group Madison Lake Watershed and Lake Association

2)  Post a photo which features something to do with Madison Lake (fishing, swimming, skiing, sunset, or whatever).

 

3)  The photo with the most likes by August 15, 2024 will be the winner and they will be presented with a $50 gift certificate at the Annual Meeting.

 

4)  Must be a MLWLA member to win.

2023 winner, pictured below left, was taken by Tom Woodside with 80 Facebook likes! 

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Upcoming Events

 

Monthly Board Meeting

All are welcome to attend our monthly board meetings, the first Thursday of each month. We meet at 6:00 pm at the Madison Lake City Hall. 
 

Rain Garden Clean Up on May 18

The Madison Lake Watershed and Lake Association maintains a rain garden on Lakeshore Dr. and 4th Street in Madison Lake, just below All Saints Catholic Church. The rain garden reduces the amount of sediment and nutrients entering Madison Lake. The garden is a very effective filter for the storm water runoff, but is does require some minimal annual maintenance.
The MLWLA is looking for volunteers to help pull weeds and pick up garbage on Saturday, May 18, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Please visit our Facebook Group Page to confirm so that we can provide the right amount of food and drink.

 

"Keeping Our Lake Clean For Future Generations"
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