Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Help Stop the Spread of Invasive Species!
Dane County has actively participated since 2010 in the statewide Clean Boats, Clean Waters program to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species. Our inspectors work at several boat landings in the county, talking with boaters about the aquatic invasives prevention steps: 1) inspect boats, 2) remove plants, 3) drain all water from boat and equipment, and 4) never move plants or live fish away from a waterbody.
Look for Dane County's Aquatic Invasives Removal Stations, with tools to help you reach plants under your boats and trailers. Visit this Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources page for more about state invasive species requirements. Check out these statewide Clean Boats, Clean Waters training videos.
Interested in becoming a Clean Boats, Clean Waters volunteer? Learn how at our Aquatic Invasive Species Landing Blitz on July 1, 2017. Learn more about this event on our calendar.
2017 Dane County Aquatic Invasive Species Staff
This is Kaci's first year working in Dane County's Clean Boats, Clean Waters Program. Her previous experience includes working with the Clean Boats Clean Waters program on the Winnebago system for two years and as the Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach and Education Specialist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. She received her bachelors degree in Environmental Studies from UW-Oshkosh.