On April 22nd, the Osthoff Resort Condo Owners recognized and supported the Elkhart Lake Improvement Association at their Owners Social. The owners hosted a ‘Wine Pull’ fundraiser and awarded ELIA with $1,000 check!
Thank you to the Osthoff Resort and all the owners who supported this event, your generous support is truly helping to "Keep Elkhart Blue."
Water Quality issues caused by runoff
These photographs, taken in March of 2022, show that residential development and upstream agricultural areas are both significant contributors to water quality issues by runoff of nutrients. Runoff from the Shoreland Road County pipe is shown in these pictures during early spring runoff.
Elkhart Lake Water is Healthy but Mercury Contimination Remains an Issue
Elkhart Lake remains listed for mercury-contaminated fish tissue, and have been listed for that since 1998. The source of the mercury is listed as atmospheric deposition. For more information on this subject, click here to read the Plymouth Review article.
ELIA’s Annual Members Meeting was held at Quit Qui Oc Pavilion on August 5, 2021
College Student Creates ELIA Video
Weed Treatment Occurring today! 06/17/2021
Check Out Our New Video Of Beautiful Elkhart Lake
Elkhart Lake Improvement Association Receives Impact Award
Elkhart Lake Improvement Association P-Filter In the News
Sheboygan County and the Elkhart Lake Improvement Association teamed up to install a phosphorus filter bed to reduce phosphorus levels entering Elkhart Lake. The Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine is featuring a article on the joint venture in their Fall 2019 magazine. You can read the complete article by clicking here.