Why Education?

Bug Fest 2015

Bug Fest 2015

Because so many threats can be traced to human actions, education plays a significant role in improving and maintaining the future quality of our precious lakes. Education of watershed residents and lake users can have the most significant impact on the present and future water quality throughout the watershed – this education is a primary focus of WACF.

If you have any questions regarding the WACF Education programs, please e-mail Education@wacf.com.



It’s almost time for the first WACF Lake Talk & Eats event of the 2017 season at the WACF Education Center! On June 3 at 9:00 AM we will offer a special “double-header” for you with a Native Plant Sale AND a 30-minute DNR Introduction to Boating Safety presentation (presented three times at 9:00 AM, 9:45 AM and 10:30 AM) This is another completely free WACF Education event and everyone is welcome!

Native Plant Sale


Canoe Trips 2017Canoe Trips

Our first canoe trip of the season will be on Friday, June 23. There will be trips on most Friday’s all summer with the last trip on August 18. More info on the trips and how to sign up here…