Efforts to care for land and water can benefit from social networks and linking with similar organizations through an association or other social network.
Sixty new Michigan Conservation Stewards Program participants display their projects on October 18, 19 and 20. How will they improve Michigan’s natural environment?
Don’t miss this year’s best opportunity for hands-on learning and networking opportunities for those passionate about Michigan inland lakes.
What classifies this Phragmites as invasive, why is this important, and what are the parameters for classifying an organism as invasive?
$2,000 awarded to lake research conducted by graduate students at Michigan State University and Grand Valley State University.
North American Lake Management Society and Michigan Lake and Stream Associations are seeking proposals from college students and individuals enrolled in or graduates of volunteer leadership training programs that focus on lake management and leadership.
April Mega Lakes Conference in Boyne Falls offers multiple opportunities to network and learn about Michigan inland lakes.