MILP Partners

MILP Coordinating Council

The MILP Coordinating Council is the decision-making body of the Partnership. The Council sets the goals of the Partnership, and all Council Partners have a vote in the activities and policies of the Partnership.  The Council currently meets four times per year.  Coordinating Council member organizations are listed alphabetically below.  Clicking on an organization name will take you to that organization’s website.

        Michigan Aquatic Managers Association
         Michigan Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society
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Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) - Water Resources Division
      Michigan Department of Natural Resources - Fisheries Division
    Michigan Lakes and Streams Association logo Michigan Lakes and Streams Association
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  Michigan Townships Association
  Michigan Waterfront Alliance
      Midwest Aquatic Plant Management Society

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Michigan State University Institute of Water Research

 

Associate Partners

 
Associate Partners are cooperating members of the Michigan Inland Lakes Partnership, and may choose to participate in any number of the Partnership’s activities and projects.
 
   


Muskegon River Watershed Assembly

 

 


The Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay

       

 

 

 

Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians

         Great Lakes Water Studies Institute
""     Huron Potawatomi, Inc.
   
Huron River Watershed Council
            Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians


         

 

 

 

Little River Band of Ottawa Indians

             

Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians

 

 

 

Michigan Association of County Drain Commissioners

    Michigan Boating Industries Association
              

Michigan Trout Unlimited
             

Michigan United Conservation Clubs
   
Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council


    The Nature Conservancy
         Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council