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Clean Lakes Happy Hours

Join Clean Lakes Alliance on the lakeside terrace patio outside our office building at Verex Plaza for a complimentary beer or soft drink and a chance to connect with our staff and other lake enthusiasts. We’ll share updates on our progress, where we’re headed, and review the state of the lakes.

Attendees will receive complimentary beverage and a copy of our 2020 Lake Guide publication with the 2019 State of the Lakes included.

After making the difficult decision to cancel our annual Community Breakfast in May due to public health concerns with COVID-19, we are excited to offer this series of FREE events this summer.

Event Dates
Registration is requested prior to the event date.

Clean Lakes Happy Hours
Thursday, June 4th, 4 – 6 p.m.
Tuesday, July 28th, 4 – 6 p.m.
Wednesday, August 12th, 4 – 6:30 p.m. (special edition of Yahara Lakes 101, registration coming soon)

Thank you sponsors!
A special thanks to our Community Breakfast sponsors for making these events possible.

Presenting Sponsor: Foley & Lardner LLP

Major Sponsors: Alliant Energy, American Transmission Company, CG Schmidt, Inc., Hovde Properties, Madison Gas and Electric, Lands’ End, and UW Health UnityPoint Health – Meriter Quartz Health Solutions, Inc.

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Clean Lakes Coffee and Conversations

Join Clean Lakes Alliance at the café in our office building at Verex Plaza for complimentary coffee and a brief presentation by a member of our staff. We’ll share updates on our progress, where we’re headed, and review the state of the lakes.

Attendees will receive complimentary coffee and a copy of our 2020 Lake Guide publication with the 2019 State of the Lakes included.

After making the difficult decision to cancel our annual Community Breakfast in May due to public health concerns with COVID-19, we are excited to offer this series of FREE events this summer.

Event Dates
Registration is requested prior to the event date.

Clean Lakes Coffee and Conversations
Tuesday, June 2nd, 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday, July 15th, 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, August 4th, 8 – 9:30 a.m.

Thank you sponsors!
A special thanks to our Community Breakfast sponsors for making these events possible.

Presenting Sponsor: Foley & Lardner LLP

Major Sponsors: Alliant Energy, American Transmission Company, CG Schmidt, Inc., Hovde Properties, Madison Gas and Electric, Lands’ End, and UW Health UnityPoint Health – Meriter Quartz Health Solutions, Inc.

Clean Lakes Happy Hours - Header

Clean Lakes Happy Hours

Join Clean Lakes Alliance on the lakeside terrace patio outside our office building at Verex Plaza for a complimentary beer or soft drink and a chance to connect with our staff and other lake enthusiasts. We’ll share updates on our progress, where we’re headed, and review the state of the lakes.

Attendees will receive complimentary beverage and a copy of our 2020 Lake Guide publication with the 2019 State of the Lakes included.

After making the difficult decision to cancel our annual Community Breakfast in May due to public health concerns with COVID-19, we are excited to offer this series of FREE events this summer.

Event Dates
Registration is requested prior to the event date.

Clean Lakes Happy Hours
Thursday, June 4th, 4 – 6 p.m.
Tuesday, July 28th, 4 – 6 p.m.
Wednesday, August 12th, 4 – 6:30 p.m. (special edition of Yahara Lakes 101, registration coming soon)

Thank you sponsors!
A special thanks to our Community Breakfast sponsors for making these events possible.

Presenting Sponsor: Foley & Lardner LLP

Major Sponsors: Alliant Energy, American Transmission Company, CG Schmidt, Inc., Hovde Properties, Madison Gas and Electric, Lands’ End, and UW Health UnityPoint Health – Meriter Quartz Health Solutions, Inc.

Clean Lakes Coffee & Conversations - Header

Clean Lakes Coffee and Conversations

Join Clean Lakes Alliance at the café in our office building at Verex Plaza for complimentary coffee and a brief presentation by a member of our staff. We’ll share updates on our progress, where we’re headed, and review the state of the lakes.

Attendees will receive complimentary coffee and a copy of our 2020 Lake Guide publication with the 2019 State of the Lakes included.

After making the difficult decision to cancel our annual Community Breakfast in May due to public health concerns with COVID-19, we are excited to offer this series of FREE events this summer.

Event Dates
Registration is requested prior to the event date.

Clean Lakes Coffee and Conversations
Tuesday, June 2nd, 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday, July 15th, 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, August 4th, 8 – 9:30 a.m.

Thank you sponsors!
A special thanks to our Community Breakfast sponsors for making these events possible.

Presenting Sponsor: Foley & Lardner LLP

Major Sponsors: Alliant Energy, American Transmission Company, CG Schmidt, Inc., Hovde Properties, Madison Gas and Electric, Lands’ End, and UW Health UnityPoint Health – Meriter Quartz Health Solutions, Inc.

Clean Lakes Happy Hours - Header

Clean Lakes Happy Hours

Join Clean Lakes Alliance on the lakeside terrace patio outside our office building at Verex Plaza for a complimentary beer or soft drink and a chance to connect with our staff and other lake enthusiasts. We’ll share updates on our progress, where we’re headed, and review the state of the lakes.

Attendees will receive complimentary beverage and a copy of our 2020 Lake Guide publication with the 2019 State of the Lakes included.

After making the difficult decision to cancel our annual Community Breakfast in May due to public health concerns with COVID-19, we are excited to offer this series of FREE events this summer.

Event Dates
Registration is requested prior to the event date.

Clean Lakes Happy Hours
Thursday, June 4th, 4 – 6 p.m.
Tuesday, July 28th, 4 – 6 p.m.
Wednesday, August 12th, 4 – 6:30 p.m. (special edition of Yahara Lakes 101, registration coming soon)

Thank you sponsors!
A special thanks to our Community Breakfast sponsors for making these events possible.

Presenting Sponsor: Foley & Lardner LLP

Major Sponsors: Alliant Energy, American Transmission Company, CG Schmidt, Inc., Hovde Properties, Madison Gas and Electric, Lands’ End, and UW Health UnityPoint Health – Meriter Quartz Health Solutions, Inc.

Clean Lakes Coffee & Conversations - Header

Clean Lakes Coffee and Conversations

Join Clean Lakes Alliance at the café in our office building at Verex Plaza for complimentary coffee and a brief presentation by a member of our staff. We’ll share updates on our progress, where we’re headed, and review the state of the lakes.

Attendees will receive complimentary coffee and a copy of our 2020 Lake Guide publication with the 2019 State of the Lakes included.

After making the difficult decision to cancel our annual Community Breakfast in May due to public health concerns with COVID-19, we are excited to offer this series of FREE events this summer.

Event Dates
Registration is requested prior to the event date.

Clean Lakes Coffee and Conversations
Tuesday, June 2nd, 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday, July 15th, 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, August 4th, 8 – 9:30 a.m.

Thank you sponsors!
A special thanks to our Community Breakfast sponsors for making these events possible.

Presenting Sponsor: Foley & Lardner LLP

Major Sponsors: Alliant Energy, American Transmission Company, CG Schmidt, Inc., Hovde Properties, Madison Gas and Electric, Lands’ End, and UW Health UnityPoint Health – Meriter Quartz Health Solutions, Inc.

2016 State of the Lakes Annual Report

Luck from “Mother Nature”

MADISON, Wis. — Today at the sixth annual Save Our Lakes community breakfast, Clean Lakes Alliance released the 2016 State of the Lakes Annual Report. The report looks at phosphorus reduction efforts through the 2016 calendar year. It shows as a community, progress is being made. Phosphorus is the root cause of algae – just one pound of the nutrient is capable of producing 500 pounds of algae.

“2016 was a great year. The water was as clear as it’s been in a long time in our lakes, but we got lucky,” said Clean Lakes Alliance Executive Director James Tye. “A slow spring melt and fewer intense rain events meant phosphorus-rich runoff to our lakes was down, but it shows us if we control runoff regularly, we can impact our lake clarity.”

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