Volunteer

There are many opportunities for you to volunteer to support Boulder Lake.  Whether you have only an hour or much more, your support is valuable and appreciated.  Please consider one or more of these opportunities:

CBCW – Clean Boats Clean Waters

CBCW is a volunteer program protecting Wisconsin lakes.  Volunteers are essential to the efforts to educate boaters about AIS (aquatic invasive species) and how to prevent their spread.  Boulder Lake will receive 100 hours of CBCW monitoring by university interns through the statewide program administered by University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.  However, this covers only a few days out of the 5 to 6 months of active fishing on Boulder Lake.  We are seeking volunteers to cover additional days and hours during the busy fishing season.   BLAA members and other interested parties who volunteer for CBCW will receive training on how to help educate boaters who visit Boulder Lake – this is one of the single most important efforts we can take to protect Boulder Lake!

Vilas and Oneida Counties provide frequent open training sessions early in the summer (watch this site for 2019 dates).  These training sessions are fun and last about 60-90 minutes.

Once you receive training, please contact Bill Niemuth at billniemuth@gmail.com to schedule your time at the Boulder Lake Boat Landing. All Volunteers will receive supplies, giveaways for participating boaters and report forms.

Please Contact Us to volunteer or ask questions. 

501(c)(3) application submission

  • Review and assemble an application for 501(c)(3) status with the IRS
  • Work with BLAA leadership to ensure this important designation is granted
  • May include ongoing tax filings and reporting

Please Contact Us to volunteer or ask questions. 

Board of Directors

To ensure successful sustainability of BLAA a vibrant Board of Directors is required. If you have strong leadership experience and skills and are interested in sharing your talents as a Director, please contact us.

Please Contact Us to volunteer or ask questions.