WOW STEWARDSHIP


Walk On Water began its WOW Stewardship programming spring of 2017. We works with the DNR, Watershed District, Carver County Water Quality Department and residents on lakes to monitor and educate on lake quality. We help others know how to care for lakes and wetlands to maintain and improve the quality of God’s precious gift of WATER! We incorporate stewardship of God’s creation in our WOW FISH and WOW Wake programs.

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Summary

Come back soon. We will be updating this program and its website page content as our program develops this summer.

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Many people don’t think much about what goes into the gutters as the rain water rushes toward them. They’re just happy the water goes “away”. That water and everything it takes with it into the gutter or storm drain eventually ends up in a wetlands, creek and lake.

Keep out of gutters, culverts & storm water ponds

  • Leaves
  • Grass Clippings
  • Garbage

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  • Decontaminate
  • Water Gardens
  • Leaves & Grass

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Come back soon. We’ll have an update on our stewardship program and things you can do to help protect lakes, rivers and wetlands and the critters that live in them.

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Hitchhikers

Things get transported between lakes and that isn’t always a good thing. You can be a help.

You Can Help!

  • Only use lake service providers that are DNR Certified
  • Decontaminate your boat
  • use non-chemical treatment of weeds and dispose of weeds so they don’t decay in the lake

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