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Curlyleaf pondweed is a persistant aquatic invasive weed species (AIS) present in Clear Lake that grows to the top early in the year, then dies off releasing nutrients that cause green algae growth.  

The WLA is continuing with a AIS management program to treat the worst areas to reduce this weed and maintain an acceptable level of weed growth and water clarity.  

We work with the DNR every year to survey, obtain permits, then hire a licensed applicator to treat the allowed areas of the lake.

30 acres were treated in early May this year at a cost of $8100 funded via WLA fundraising and grants.


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 2020 Lakeshore and Parks Cleanup

Due to the current COVID situation, the 2020 cleanup day (20th annual) will be DIY. 

Please sign up your group for a cleanup area you can do on your own time.  Go to:  Cleanup Area Sign Up

Thank You from the Waseca Lakes Assn and Waseca Parks Dept.


  - 2019 Lakeshore Cleanup
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The purpose of Waseca Lakes Association shall be to improve and maintain the water quality of the Waseca lakes and adjoining watershed for all users. The group will be organized as a non-profit organization to promote involvement and input from all watershed residents, interested persons and organizations through communication, action, and education.
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