It can be easy to see timber in the water, but sometimes it is difficult to determine whether it should be removed or not. Use these examples to help you decide whether to report debris.
These examples pose a risk to navigation or the scenic value of the lakes, and would be removed.
Some debris creates a natural habitat for fish and other wildlife without posing navigational risks. In these cases, we would leave the debris.
Sometimes artificial or floating natural debris may need to be removed, but it isn’t a high priority because it doesn’t pose a navigational risk.