Located in the
Lyman F. Anderson
5201 Fen Oak Drive
Madison, WI 53718-8827
Map to Fen Oak
For the sixth year, Dane County is actively participating in the statewide
Clean Boats, Clean Waters program to prevent
the spread of aquatic invasive species. Look for our inspector James at boat landings, where he is talking with
boaters about the aquatic invasives prevention steps: 1) inspect boats, 2) remove plants,
3) drain all water from boat and equipment, and 4) never move plants or live fish away from a waterbody. Ask
James where to find Dane County's Aquatic Invasives Removal Stations, with tools to help you reach plants under
your boats and trailers. Visit this Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources page
for more about state invasive species requirements. Check out these statewide Clean Boats, Clean Waters training
My name is James Johnson and this is my first year working with the Clean Boats, Clean Waters Program.
I am a Marine Science Major at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina,
and I am home for the summer trying to make a difference as an AIS Inspector. Growing up in Wisconsin,
you learn very quickly how important our lakes and streams are to those who live here and use them all the time.
I am greatly looking forward to working with the public and keeping our bodies of water clean by providing information
and preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species that exist in these water bodies and affect boaters, anglers and more.
Myself along with other hardworking and committed individuals look to help improve your knowledge of these invaders
so you know who they are and how to deal with them. With everyone’s help we can keep our lakes and streams clean,
healthy and most importantly something we can continue to enjoy years and years to come.
The Yahara Waterways Water Trail Guide is a great resource for exploring our area waters.