The conditional use permit for Kopplin & Kinas’ Skunk Hollow Mine was denied by the Green Lake County Board of Adjustment on Thursday, December 22, 2022. We are grateful to our partners in the appeal, the Green Lake Association and the Green Lake Sanitary District, as well as the incredible support of the Green Lake […]
GREEN LAKE, WISCONSIN, July 29, 2022- Three local entities—the Green Lake Association (GLA), theGreen Lake Conservancy (GLC), and the Green Lake Sanitary District (GLSD)—are joining forces to appeal aconditional use permit for Skunk Hollow Mine. “Mining operations at this location have the potential to degrade water quality—not only for neighboring waterresources, but for Green Lake
The Green Lake Conservancy is excited to announce a newly-acquired conservancy property critical to the health of Green Lake and the area’s history. This heavily-wooded property, located near Mitchell Glen on the Southeast ridge of Green Lake, is home to one of the largest springs feeding Green Lake, Powell Spring. YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDED
The Green Lake Conservancy recently participated in a Strategic Planning Session with Sarah Wilson. More to come…
The Green Lake area has one more property that will be preserved forever. The 300 acre parcel is officially named the Hutchinson Conservancy and the Conservation Easement (CE) on the land is donated in honor of Donald J. Hutchinson Jr., and Suzanne Kuivinen Hutchinson by their children Don, Chuck and Holly. “It is a truly
The Green Lake Conservancy is proud to announce a new board president, Melissa Curran.