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The Minnesota Lakes Maritime Museum in Alexandria received a big splash in a major publication, not once but twice.
Classic Boating, a bi-monthly magazine published in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, has been informing and entertaining boating enthusiasts for 28 years. It’s known as the premier magazine of vintage boating.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has developed aquatic invasive species (AIS) best management practices (BMPs) for water accesses.
The BMPs include recommended improvements at boat launches, which would make it easier for boaters to comply with the AIS actions required by state statute.
Douglas County commissioners added an extra tool to the county’s arsenal of zebra mussel weaponry at Tuesday’s board meeting.
Land and Resource Director Dave Rush’s request to purchase a decontamination unit from Mobile Washer in Alexandria was approved. The board’s decision is in line with the resolution passed last spring for the county to operate its own decontamination unit.
Spring boat shows are popular this time of year, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reminds residents to review dock and boat lift canopy regulations before investing in new equipment in order to ensure it will meet current standards.
Boating and fishing on lakes and rivers is a treasured Minnesota pastime. Protecting these lakes and rivers from invasive plants and animals requires us all to use extra care when hauling boats from one lake to another this summer, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
Despite more opposition than support, Douglas County commissioners voted 3-2 to restrict the channel access between Lakes Geneva and Victoria.
The commissioners also decided – in a 5-0 vote – to restrict boat access between Lakes Cowdry and Darling.
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