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DLIA Hosted AIS Workshop

On Monday, July 10, the DLIA hosted Aquatic Invasive Species training for members and

friends who want to know which AIS are near their shoreline or in the lake. The

training was provided by Delavan Lake Sanitary District personnel, Charlie Handel and Audrey Greene, who brought live samples of good and bad plants and a harvester so people could get up close and personal with the plants in the Outlet.

The attendees were enthusiastic about the information. One person said, "Now I see how it all fits together, from the Mound Road Ponds to the entire lake management program."

We hope to hold more AIS workshops in the future so watch this space!

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