West Battle Lake . . . Almost Heaven!
Welcome to the West Battle Lake Lakeshore Association Website
We Hope You Find the Site Interesting and Informative
OUR MISSION: “To preserve and enhance the ecology of West Battle Lake so that it may be enjoyed by current and future generations”
Membership Dues: Our annual West Battle Lake Lakeshore Association (WBLLA) dues are only $25. For this you help sponsor needed lake preservation efforts such as the West Battle Lake Aquatic Vegetation Point-Intercept Survey noted below and other efforts towards preserving our amazing West Battle Lake for many lake-loving generations to come!
Want to Mail the Dues? > WBLLA P.O. Box 51 Battle Lake, MN 56515
If you would like to be a member or if you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The West Battle Lake Lakeshore Association acknowledges the Minnesota DNR is the controlling agent for the management of Minnesota’s lakes
The Minnesota DNR’s mission statement reads as follows:
The mission of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is to work with citizens to conserve and manage the state’s natural resources, to provide outdoor recreation opportunities, and to provide for commercial uses of natural resources in a way that creates a sustainable quality of life
Battle Lake Labor Day Airshow 2021
Click HERE to View 11 min 37 Sec Video from Saturday Sept 4, 2021
Click HERE to View or Download 190 JPEG Photos from the Air Show
Video and Photos by Michael Smith
NOTE: You may need to initially close a Dropbox login screen – Not needed to view video
Click HERE to View DNR Drought Related Information
August 18, 2021
West Battle Lake West Public Access Late August 2021 . . . Is this our new Normal?
2021 Annual Meeting Saturday June 19th Lions Shelter (West Public Access) Jim Wolters from the DNR Guest Speaker
Click HERE to View Meeting Minutes
The WBLLA Website Will Bring You Any and All Updates
Minnesota Lakes and Rivers Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Information
Starry stonewort is a bushy, bright green macro-algae. It produces a characteristic star-shaped bulbil. The thin, bright green branchlets (branch-like structures) can be variable in length and are arranged in whorls (radiating out from a single point) around them. Branchlets typically extend in acute angles away from the stem nodes.
Click HERE to View Details of how to support the ENRTF (Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund) Bill, SF 690 for the Management of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS)
Wish to Dispose of Zebra Mussels Legally?
Click HERE to Find Out How
What Was That Ugly Yellow Green Scum On The Lake Last May in West Battle Lake?
Click HERE to Learn More
Zebra Mussels’ Best Friend: Wake Board Boats a University of Minnesota Study Finds!
Click HERE to See More Information
Is there a DNR Form I need to Have to Transport Watercraft from and AIS Infested Lake such as West Battle Lake?
Yes there is! Please Click HERE to view, print or download the DNR Form
Click HERE for Helpful Information on the Responsibility of Owners and Their Lake Equipment
DNR Tip – Fire Pits 50 Feet from Lake
Contact Us Thru Email . . .
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2020 -2021 Current WBLLA Board of Directors
- Tracy Rendz-Eldridge – President (Ferncliffe)
- Steve Kirchner – Treasurer (Ferncliffe)
- Michael Smith – Website / Public Relations (Fair Oaks)
- John Hofflander – Secretary (Clarissa Haven)
- Chad Schaefer – (Grace Etta)
- Craig Haukebo – (Radahl)
- Terry Stroh (Wenonga)
- Kyle Johnson – (Stewarts Beach)
- Grace Cory – (Klar-Jo)
Click HERE to See Map of Beach Zones (Noted in Board Listing)
2019 – 2020 WBLLA Board of Directors
WBLLA Board Members left to right are: Jerry Horgen, Mike Rye, (back row) Steve Kirchner, John Hofflander, Kyle Johnson, Chad Schaefer, Rich Condiff, in front, Bonnie Werpy-Rye, Terry Stroh, Mary Stroh and Tracy Rendz-Eldridge
Not Shown: Michael Smith, Craig Haukebo, and Grace Cory