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WHITEFISH CHAIN

Keynote speaker will be Dr. Nick Phelps, assistant professor at the University of Minnesota and director of the Minnesota AIS Research Center. Phelps will provide a report updating AIS research successes and plans and new decision-making initiatives about AIS management.
Donation from the Whitefish Area Property Owners Association helps to grow science class supplies
An accumulation of water in area lakes over the years has benefited the area where dry conditions are now causing levels to drop.
Neighbors cited water quality concerns, impacts on wildlife and unsightly aesthetics of the property, alongside appeals to the planning commission for fairness. The property owner said he could share his own concerns about ways he sees neighbors impacting the lake but knows they have rights to use their property as he does.

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Opener is May 15, not May 8 this year. Mixed bag is expected on this "late" walleye and northern pike Minnesota fishing opener with bait shortages possible
Loon center scientist Walter Piper will lead research effort
Two Jenkins City Council members donate their time and skills to build new city sign on Highway 371 at the south end of town
CROSSLAKE — Despite social media rumors of a possible conflict during a Pro Trump Boat Parade hosted Saturday, Aug. 15, on the Whitefish Chain — there were no issues.
A previous conflict with the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council over the development of all-terrain vehicle trails led to skepticism by some county commissioners over restrictions on a new conservation project proposed in Timothy Township, north of the Whitefish Chain of Lakes.
Classes, social events are currently on hold because of COVID-19

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One year ago the Whitefish Chain Yacht Club board of directors approved establishing a capital campaign to raise funds to be able to light the buoys on all the channels on the Whitefish Chain of Lakes.
The 32nd annual Whitefish Chain Classic Boat Show featured 45 classic and wood boats lining the docks Saturday, June 15, at Moonlite Bay Family Restaurant & Bar in Crosslake.
Do you want the latest information on non-native aquatic invasive species, how they might be affecting your lake and sport fish or about watercraft transporting veligers?...

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