eVermilion Magazine

“Lake Vermilion Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention” Page Incorporated into “Vermilion Lake Association” Page

Future news about aquatic invasive species (AIS) prevention at Lake Vermilion will be posted at the Vermilion Lake Association primary Facebook page. We encourage you to go there and join its followers to stay on top of the lake association’s many activities to protect this. . .

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Boat Access Traffic Analyst Needed at Lake Vermilion

Want to join the dedicated team protecting Lake Vermilion from aquatic invasive species (AIS)? Pretty good at manipulating data in Excel? The Vermilion Lake Association is looking for a volunteer to help analyze traffic counts at Vermilion’s 17 public accesses this summer. Understanding trailered-boat arrival. . .

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2017 Lake Vermilion Vegetation Survey

If a new invasive vegetation were to evade the Lake Vermilion boat inspection and boat cleaning firewall, we rely on early detection to give us the best chance of eradication or control. The Vermilion Lake Association plans to survey all littoral waters to catalog native. . .

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AIS Watercraft Inspectors Needed at Lake Vermilion and Burntside Lake

The North St. Louis Soil and Water Conservation District are currently hiring persons 18 years and older to become aquatic invasive species (AIS) watercraft inspectors at Lake Vermilion and Burntside Lake public boat accesses for the 2017 boating season.  Training for this position will be. . .

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Lake Vermilion Business Owners Expand Their Role in AIS Prevention

The Vermilion Lake Association (VLA) and North St. Louis Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) recently hosted area resort owners, marina owners and campground community leaders to discuss the immediate actions that can be taken on the fight against aquatic invasive species (AIS) threats to. . .

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Lake Vermilion AIS Prevention Funding Approved

TOWER and COOK—St Louis County Commissioners have authorized the distribution of $96,396 to the Vermilion Lake Association to support aquatic invasive species (AIS) prevention projects at Lake Vermilion during 2017. In addition, the North St Louis Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) will receive $281,600. . .

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Gov. Dayton proposes to bolster Minnesota’s natural resources and outdoor recreation

Minnesota’s world-class natural resources and outdoor recreation opportunities would be maintained and improved under a budget being proposed by Gov. Mark Dayton, according to the Department of Natural Resources. Minnesota has great fishing, access to millions of acres of public hunting lands and a growing. . .

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Vermilion Walleye Slot Changes

The Minnesota DNR has announced that anglers on Lake Vermilion will be able to keep walleye up to 20 inches long, with one allowed over 26 inches, starting with the May fishing opener. The new regulation will require release of all fish from 20 to. . .

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Vermilion walleye abundant; new regulations considered

Lake Vermilion’s abundant, healthy walleye population is leading the DNR to consider a walleye regulation change starting in 2017. The DNR will host an open public meeting about the regulation proposals from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25, at the Tower Civic Center, 402 Pine. . .

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Membership Approves Name Change to Vermilion Lake Association

TOWER and COOK—After considering a possible name change for over a year, members of the Sportsmen’s Club of Lake Vermilion (SCLV) approved the change recommend by their Board of Directors at the organization’s 48th Annual Meeting last weekend. The organization’s new name will be “Vermilion. . .

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