Research, Education and Collaboration

Making the lakes in Kosciusko County clean, healthy, safe and beautiful.

    • Allen Lake
    • B4 Pond
    • The Backwaters
    • Barrel & A Half Lake
    • Banning Lake
    • Bass Pond
    • Beaver Dam Lake
    • Beigh Lake
    • Big Barbee Lake
    • Big Chapman Lake
    • Black Lake
    • Black Pond
    • Boner Lake
    • Caldwell Lake
    • Camelot Lake
    • Carr Lake
    • Center Lake
    • Crystal Lake
    • Dewart Lake
    • Diamond Lake
    • Durham Lake
    • Fish Lake
    • Grindle Lake
    • Goose Lake
    • Goose Pond
    • Goldeneye Pond
    • Greider Lake
    • Hammond Lake
    • Heckman Lake
    • Heron Lake
    • Heron Pond
    • Hidden Lake
    • Hill Lake
    • Hoffman Lake
    • Horseshoe Lake
    • Irish Lake
    • Jamison Lake
    • James Lake
    • Lake John
    • Kiser Lake
    • Kuhn Lake
    • Laspew (Larrew) Lake
    • Little Pike Lake
    • Little Chapman Lake
    • Little Carr (Read) Lake
    • Little Barbee Lake
    • Lost (Pisces) Lake
    • Loon Pond
    • Loon Lake
    • Long Lake
    • Mallard Pond
    • McPherson Lake
    • McClure’s Lake
    • Muskellunge Lake
    • Moorehead Lake
    • North Little Lake
    • Oswego Lake
    • Papakeechie Lake
    • Palestine Lake
    • Pierceton Lake
    • Pike Lake
    • Pisgah Lake
    • Price Lake
    • Rail Pond
    • Reed Lake
    • Ridinger Lake
    • Robinson Lake
    • Rock Lake
    • Rothenberger Lake
    • Sawmill Lake
    • Schultz Lake
    • Sechrist Lake
    • Sellers Lake
    • Sharon Lake
    • Sheely Lake
    • Sherburn Lake
    • Shock Lake
    • Shoe Lake
    • Sickle Lake
    • Silver Lake
    • Snoke Lake
    • South Little Lake
    • Spear Lake
    • Stafford Lake
    • Stanton Lake
    • Stevens Lake
    • Syracuse Lake
    • Tennant Lake
    • Tibbitts Lake
    • Lake Tippecanoe
    • Waubee Lake
    • Lake Wawasee
    • Webster Lake
    • Winona Lake
    • Wyland Lake (SW)
    • Wyland Lake (NE)
    • Yellow Creek Lake

    The Ultimate Guide

    Blue-green algae

    We call them algae, but in reality, blue-green algae are a form of bacteria. Here's how you can identify the species and report a bloom.

    Learning Just Got Easier

    Field Notes

    September 17, 2021

    Meet the 2021-22 student team!

    September 9, 2021

    Clearly Kosciusko Podcast: An interview with Dr. Nate Bosch!

    Explore the depths of local lakes from the comfort of your home: blue green algae, fish habitats and more.