Welcome to Oneida County AIS Programs
Clean Boats, Clean Waters Homepage
On this page:
- Performing CBCW During COVID-19
- CBCW Volunteers Needed
- CBCW Supplies and Resources
- CBCW Workshop Schedule
With the growing concern over the introduction and spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) to Oneida County’s waterbodies, many lake association members and other concerned citizens are looking for ways to protect the lakes they love. Since 2004, the Clean Boats, Clean Waters (CBCW) watercraft inspection program has been an opportunity for adults and youth to take a front-line defense against the spread of AIS!
Through the CBCW program, teams of volunteers, lake residents, and concerned citizens have attended CBCW workshops to learn how they can help prevent AIS from threatening our waters, why educational awareness is critical in preventing the spread of AIS, learned how to conduct watercraft inspections, and volunteered their time at local boat landings. The information and watercraft inspections that CBCW volunteers provide at the boat landings has been an integral part of protecting the lakes we love.
CBCW volunteers are the front line defense in Oneida County’s efforts to prevent the spread of AIS from one waterbody to the next please. If you would like to become a CBCW volunteer and/or to need CBCW training, pleases contact Stephanie Boismenue, Oneida County AIS Coordinator at 715-369-7835 or email email@example.com.
Downloadable CBCW Forms:
Quick Links to CBCW supplies and resources (through the statewide CBCW Volunteer Program, UW-Extension Lakes)
- Home page www.uwsp.edu/cnr-ap/UWEXLakes/Pages/programs/cbcw/default.aspx
- How to Use the Watercraft Inspection Report Form
- Videos of watercraft inspection scenarios
- CBCW t-shirts, hats, aprons, and kits
- CBCW Handbook (2014 edition with 2018 updates)
- CBCW forms, factsheets, and publications
Don’t forget to submit your CBCW Data by Ice-in!!
- To submit your CBCW data into SWIMS (Surface Water Integrated Monitoring System), please visit the UW-Extension Lakes CBCW Data entry site at www.uwsp.edu/cnr-ap/UWEXLakes/Pages/programs/cbcw/data.aspx
Statewide CBCW Program Home Page (WI DNR)
Statewide AIS Efforts (WI DNR)
Tuesday, June 9th, 2020
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
WebEx online training, register here: