People rely on our lakes for recreation; businesses rely on them for recruitment. the Clean Lakes Alliance knows the more people realize our lakes are the center of our community, the more they will fight for their health. James Tye shares what's being done and what we need to do to ensure lake health in the Yahara Watershed
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Healthy Lakes. Healthy Community.
Lakes are the center of our community. People rely on them for recreation, and businesses rely on them for recruitment. The Clean Lakes Alliance knows the more people realize our lakes are the center of our community, the more they will fight for their health. Executive Director James Tye will take a look at what is being done and what we need to do to ensure lake health in the Yahara Watershed.