The harvesting operation on Buffalo Lake requires understanding the current operation, planning for the future, time, money and dedication. The paid seasonal workers carry out the plan, but volunteers on the Harvesting Committee do almost everything else. There is a lot of work being done even in the off season to prepare and improve the operations. More volunteers are needed to work on the projects currently on the table. If you have voiced your opinion on the lake condition, please join the committee to help. With more helpful hands chipping in, better outcomes for our lake are possible. Contact Gary Kershaw at email@example.com
On June 18, 2020, the Buffalo Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District sent a letter through our attorneys to the Wisconsin DNR requesting modification to the Buffalo Lake water level. You can read the letter here.
What do you want to know about our harvesting operations?
We get a lot of questions about our harvesting of lake weeds. Rightly so, as it is the largest expense for our lake district and it affects all of our district members. We compiled an FAQ with the most common questions we receive, so members have a good baseline of information for how the operation works - before, during and after the official cutting season. Take a look at the FAQ, and if you have other questions, let us know.