Join us for a fun way to meet your lake neighbors and kick off a holiday
weekend! Ro Klecz is coordinating Buffalo Lake's first Venetian Night.
Festivities, including a boat parade, will be held on Friday, July 3.
Four harvest crew members have begun work at the Buffalo Lake District equipment.
Maintenance and service repairs have started on the harvest equipment. All harvest machines are in the process of oil changes and normal spring service.
The winch has been installed on the deuce and a half truck and it's ready to move equipment.
The forklift is repaired and operational.
No-wake buoys have been placed at the Packwaukee Causeway main channel.
A sign has been posted on the BLPRD site gate stating that it is open to BLPRD employees only. Please understand and abide by it. It is there to protect everyone from potential spread of COVID-19.
Buffalo Lake was just approved to start Water Chemistry testing, in addition to the current monitoring we do for Water Clarity and Aquatic Invasive Species. These tests and monitoring activities are vital to keeping the lake as healthy as possible. Volunteering to help does not require much time. Send an email to Karyn at to find out how to help. Also learn more about the monitoring program here >
Simple steps to a cleaner lake
The Ecology Committee has shared some helpful ideas about how to prevent runoff into the lake that adds to weed growth and silt creation. Everyone doing their part to help makes a big difference. Read the ecology newsletter >