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The St. Louis River Alliance has adopted the Woodstock Bay Public Landing.
Published: Jun. 15, 2022 at 5:48 PM CDT
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Superior, WI- A local organization has partnered with the city to clean up a public landing. The St. Louis River Alliance has adopted the Woodstock Bay Public Landing. The collaboration shows the effort of the organization as well as the city’s Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department to improve and maintain nature areas throughout the community. To celebrate the partnership the alliance will host its first clean-up event Wednesday, June 22 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Apostle Islands, WI- A few research buoys have been moved for summer. Eight Water Information for a Safe Coast Watch buoys were deployed at the mainland sea caves, Little Sand Bay, Manitou Islands and other popular spots. These buoys monitor wave height, water temperature and wind information. Adjustments were made for this year’s locations based on user feedback and data collected. The research team has also made another survey to understand the best way to communicate real-time wave data.

Northern Wisconsin- Another fishing season opens this weekend. Starting Saturday, June 18 anglers in the Northern Bass Management Zone can now catch and keep Smallmouth Bass. This start date also applies for Wisconsin-Michigan boundary waters, Lake Superior and Tributaries of Lake Michigan. The season runs through March 5, 2023. There have been a few regulation changes to lakes in Sawyer County.

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