Who We Are
Formed in 2007, Cranberry Lake Association was established by property owners to help preserve and protect Cranberry Lake and surroundings, and to enhance the water quality, fishery, boating safety, and aesthetic values of Cranberry Lake, as a public recreational facility for current and future generations.
Officers and Board of Directors
Dick Brock (414) 687-6786 email@example.com
Tom Atchison (920) 422-1866 firstname.lastname@example.org
Carole Linn (715) 479-6873 email@example.com
Chuck Berg (715) 479-4391 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our History ... then and now
Managing Eurasian water milfoil on Cranberry Lake was the major factor that prompted formation of our lake association. In 2007 there were many areas heavily infested with EWM, making fishing, boating and swimming nearly impossible. Cranberry Lake Association worked cooperatively with the Commission in battling this threat to our lake. The main lake body now contains virtually no milfoil. Although milfoil is still present in the channel, it is significantly less dense. We are actively working to control milfoil in the channel, and are monitoring the remainder of the lake to assure milfoil doesn’t return.,
Our members are one of the strongest assets of Cranberry Lake Association. In our first year of existence, 102 families became members. Since then our membership has grown to more than 150 families per year on average. We can boast some of the highest membership rates for any lake on the chain. Let’s build our membership even more!
We’re about more than weeds! Although managing invasive species consumes a great deal of our efforts, that’s not all we’re doing. We have a picnic every summer to build community spirit on our lake. Members receive a “Member Cranberry Lake Association” street sign in recognition of their support. We have tee shirts, sweatshirts, caps and pennants. For many years Cranberry Lake Association has contributed to the maintenance and purchase of buoys on the Chain. Our new website is another means of uniting and informing our property owners.