The Slow-No-Wake emergency has ended as of noon on May 18th by the Town of Norway.
Wind Lake Management District objectives include improving the overall appearance of the lake as well as the quality of the water.
Our goal remains steadfast, to make Wind Lake a better place to live and raise our families through improved water quality.
The Wind Lake Management District (WLMD) aggressively seeks state, federal and private grants to conduct these rehabilitation efforts. Since its creation in 1985, WLMD has received more than $2 million in grants.
Starry Stonewort (Nitellopsis obtusa L.), pictured below, has been found in Wind Lake! First found in Wisconsin in Little Muskego Lake, Wind Lake is the seventh lake to be infested.
The WLMD is working with the DNR to determine a treatment protocol now that it is in Wind Lake. PLEASE CLEAN YOUR BOAT AND GEAR! This is spread primarily through recreational use. For more information go to the UWEX Lakes Starry Stonewort Clearinghouse Website at: https://www.uwsp.edu/cnr-ap/UWEXLakes/Pages/programs/clmn/StarryStonewortClearinghouse.aspx