Michigan Inland Lakes Partnership


2016 Convention:
April 28-30 at Boyne Mountain Resort 

Michigan Inland Lakes Partnership logoThe Partnership is celebrating another successful Convention! Presentations from the workshops and concurrent sessions are now accessible through our Convention page.  



State announces Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program for 2016

Funding proposals are now being accepted for projects to prevent, detect, manage, and eradicate invasive species. Project priorities include integrated and novel approaches for managing invasive species in inland lakes, outreach and education to prevent new introductions and reduce the spread of existing invaders, and prevention of invasive species introduction and spread through recreational boating and angling. Priority species relevant to inland lakes include starry stonewort and Eurasian watermilfoil. Pre-proposals are due June 15. Complete information is available here


July Boat Landing Blitz Targets Aquatic Invasive Species

The State of Michigan is hosting their 3rd annual Aquatic Invasive Species Landing Blitz, July 1-10. Organizations who register to hold a local educational event by May 31 will receive talking points, information for press releases, and outreach and promotional materials. Learn more on Michigan’s invasive species web site


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How to Support MILP

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