Summer here we come!
Get the Info you need here.
Deer Lake Newsletters
Welcome back to the lake! The most exciting news is that our Annual Meeting will be in person, and we will start up the Flagstad Farm Event once again!
We have some upcoming events, the first is Deer Lake Clean-Up Day on May 1st. Meet at the boat landing at 9:00am to get trash bags and an assigned area to clean. Next is a Conservancy sponsored Bird Walk through the Johnson Preserve. The walk will be led by Brian Collins on Thursday, May 13. Brian completed a survey of birds on the Johnson Preserve in 2014 (https://www.dlcwi.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/A-Rapid-Assessment-of-a-Bird-Community-Within-90-Acres-of-Land-Along-the-Shore-of-Deer-Lake.pdf) and will be well suited to describe all the various bird species we have living in and around Deer Lake. More info to come.
Boats and docks are going in, please be safe out on the water and be considerate of your neighbors and other boats on the lake. We are very hopeful that this summer will bring some more normalcy back to our lives and to Deer Lake. We look forward to seeing you out on the water!
Residence Dues Statement 2022 – Click Here
Curly Leaf Pondweed Permit Application 2022 – Click Here
Deer Lake Landing Greeters Sign Up!
It is time, once again, to welcome the boaters to our lake and ask them a few questions before they put their boats in the water to enjoy all that Deer Lake has to offer!
The Deer Lake Greeters Sign Up link is: https://signup.com/go/vnSmJpn
You can sign up as many times as you’d like and can change your selection easily as needed.
The Clean Boats, Clean Waters volunteer program will be providing a safe environment for volunteers, including masks and hand sanitizers. Please bring a folding chair with you when you volunteer or intern at the landing.
Attached is a CBCW Form that you can print, fill out at the landing and then either take a picture with your phone and send to Joan Leedy or leave in the landing cabinet after each day of service. There will also be hard copies available to you at the landing, in the cabinet behind the sign. The Clean Boats, Clean Waters volunteer program will be providing a safe environment for volunteers, including masks and hand sanitizers. Please bring a folding chair with you when you volunteer or intern at the landing.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Let’s keep Deer Lake clean and pristine for many years to come!
1332 Deer Lake Park
St. Croix Falls, WI 54024
Aquatic Plant Management Plan CLP Treatment Permit
Click on the link below to review the permit application for the Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Curly Leaf Pondweed Treatment. The permit application is being made available for public review. Comments regarding the plan should be directed to Cheryl Clemens at Harmony Environmental. Send an email to: email@example.com
If you have questions or concerns you may contact Kate Wright, Chair of the Environmental Committee; Bob Fedderly, President DLIA; or Cheryl Clemens of Harmony Environmental, Amery, WI. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Environmental committee is looking for additional volunteers to donate their time at the public boat landing this summer. Teach your kids and grandkids the importance of giving back and help them gain valuable experience, meet volunteer requirements, and build college applications and resumes! This is also a great opportunity for all ages to learn about the impacts of invasive species.
The objective of the CBCW program is to educate boaters about invasive species and how to prevent the spread. The DLIA receives a $12 credit towards our grant for every hour of volunteer time. Give back to Deer Lake this summer! If you are interested contact Kate Wright email@example.com
Get The Info You Need Here
Click on any title listed below and the .pdf file will be downloaded to your computer.
Controlling Runoff – Better manage the runoff into the Lake.
Runoff Checklist – Identify runoff concerns on your property.
Shoreline Buffer Restoration Guide – Natural buffer ideas.
Restoration Stories – Find out how others were successful.
Native Plant List – What grows around our lake?
Native Seed Sources – What grows in our prairies and watersheds?