A Partnership for Michigan’s Lakes
The Michigan Inland Lakes Partnership (MILP) is made up of a broad range of organizations and agencies that have a common interest - protecting inland lakes. Explore this site to learn more about Michigan’s lakes, the organizations involved with the Partnership, and how you can be a part of the effort. You can also follow us on social media using the links at the bottom of the page!
Promoting collaboration to advance stewardship of Michigan's inland lakes.
News and Announcements
2022 Convention recordings available
The 2022 Michigan Inland Lakes Convention was held 100% online, September 14-16. Visit our Convention page to view the agenda and recorded sessions.
Introduction to Lakes Online Course begins January 10
Registration for the award-winning Michigan State University Extension Introduction to Lakes Online course is now open, through January 8. This six-week online course is designed for anyone interested in lakes.
Aquatic invasive species grants available
Michigan Clean Boats, Clean Waters will award grants to organizations raising aquatic invasive species awareness through education and outreach $25,000 is available for Michigan groups (up to $3000 per award). Grants can be used for signage, educational materials, events, and more.
MiCorps Volunteer Monitoring Conference
The 2022 conference welcomes current lake and stream volunteers along with anyone interested in getting involved. The event will be held in Roscommon at the DNR's RAM Center on Higgins Lake. Learn more on the MiCorps website.