The White Bear Lake Restoration Association (WBLRA) is a Minnesota non-profit organization that consists of a group of concerned activists who are committed to restoring a treasured community resource back to its natural state.
WBLRA commits to work toward the following:
- Raising community awareness of rapidly declining water levels in White Bear Lake
- Returning White Bear Lake to normal and average historic water levels
- Restoring a community resource for future generations of Minnesotans
On December 1, 2014, the WBLRA came to a settlement of the lawsuit filed against the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. To view a copy of the complaint, click here. To view the Judge’s Order in response to the DNR’s Motion To Dismiss, please click here. To view the Settlement Agreement, please click here. To view pertinent documents to the lawsuit please visit The Lake page.
Here is a news update for April 2017: WBLRA News Update April 2017
To become a Member click here.
We’ve raised $320k to date! Thanks to all supporters! Over 1000 Members!
Check out this video showing an aerial view of White Bear Lake given to us by Jim Markoe of the White Bear Lake Homeowners Association: