Michigan Inland Lakes Partnership


2017 Michigan Lake and Stream Leaders Institute 

Michigan Inland Lakes Partnership logoApplications are now being accepted for the 2017 Michigan Lake and Stream Leaders Institute. The Institute provides outdoor and classroom experiences that improve participants’ understanding of lake and stream ecology and management, while developing communication, leadership, and conflict management skills. Engaged citizens, early career professionals, and natural resources students are especially encouraged to apply. Full information and application forms are available on the Institute web page. The Institute is sponsored by Michigan State University Extension and Michigan Lake and Stream Associations, and endorsed by the Michigan Inland Lakes Partnership.





Volunteer for Your Lake!

Enrollment is now open for the 2017 Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program (CLMP). During the 2016 season, over 400 volunteers collected data on over 220 lakes statewide. Monitoring will help you understand the health of your lake, and whether that health is changing over time. Volunteers receive training and materials to collect data and understand it. The CLMP is part of the Michigan Clean Water Corps (MiCorps), our statewide volunteer lake and stream monitoring program. 



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How to Support MILP

Please click HERE to find out how you can support the Michigan Inland Lakes Partnership.