Curly-leaf Pondweed Invasion – We need your help!

We have an AIS (Aquatic Invasive Species) problem! After the DNR originally discovered a small sampling of Curly-leaf Pondweed (CLP) in the northwest part of the lake, we’ve discovered a whole lot more in the North Bay. On June 5th, 2022, Greg Bauer, TLA president and Keith Mason, AIS task force chair, pulled about 3000…

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Water Quality Tips | 2021 Report

Are you interested in what you can do to maintain our water quality? Our resident aquatic biologist shared some tips if you’d like to up your stewardship game. Maintain your septic system It is important to regularly pump your system. To be blunt, this keeps crap from spilling in to your drainfield. Also, never dispose…

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Aquatic Invasive Species Update

With the DNR, Tabor Lake Association (TLA) has discovered two aquatic invasive species (AIS) in our lake, Curly-Leaf Pondweed (CLPW) and Japanese Knotweed. The CLPW was minimal, plants were pulled and we’re monitoring to see if that was it. June is a big month for its appearance so keep an eye peeled and email us…

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New Board Members Elected – NWW Lakes Conference

May 2022 A new board met last September and again this May. Its been working primarily with the Aquatic Invasive Species issue that reared its ugly head last year. A number of board members will be attending the NW Wisconsin Lakes Conference in Spooner, June 17th. You can look at the brochure PDF here. This…

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Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference – June 18

This year, the conference will be virtual so you can attend from your dock! June 18, 2021, 9am – 3:30pm. From their website: The Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference, one of the state’s premier lake conferences, includes a full day of presentations that will appeal to all students, property owners, government officials and Wisconsin lake lovers.…

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The 2020 Water Quality Report

This is a screen shot of a summary of information reported, click here for full report. Secchi depths (how far down can you see?), taken three times over the summer were 16, 14 and 14 feet.

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Emergency Preparedness, Safety & Security

Have a Plan, Be Aware and Be Prepared First off, if you are experiencing an emergency, call 911! In Burnett County, we have dispatchers who will decide the best course of action from available resources, whether sheriff, fire, ambulance or first responders. In our rural area, response time can be up to 45 minutes. Therefore, personal…

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The “Campground” Issue

During the past winter (2020-21), Tabor Lake Association was able to quickly rally members to join with other Swiss Township residents in opposing a massive campground project proposed for a parcel of land just a mile north of our lake. This campground would have likely had a significant negative effect on our lake experience, safety…

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