Published on October 23, 2017
Warm weather, fertilizers, and excessive plant growth can decrease the oxygen levels in our lakes, rivers, and ponds.
Published on September 12, 2017
Aquatic invasive species super plants! Withstanding acidic soil, variable light conditions, flooding and, multiplying beyond control in a single year.
Published on August 24, 2017
Every voice is an important voice. Take this opportunity to weigh in on the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement action plan for phosphorous reduction in Lake Erie.
Published on June 13, 2017
Aquatic invasive species control is costly for our state but preventable through clean watercraft and water sport practices
Published on May 1, 2017
Protecting water quality means protecting inland lake shorelines from erosion and stormwater runoff. Restoring inland lake shorelines means selecting and planting the shoreline with Michigan native plants.
Published on April 3, 2017
Clean Boats, Clean Waters and Mid-Michigan Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area collaborate to host free “Train the Trainer” programs in Ingham and Ionia counties in May.
Published on March 30, 2017
Through careful planning, lakeshore landscaping can provide both a finished well-manicured look and adequate erosion protection.
Published on March 28, 2017
Michigan Lake and Stream Associations 2017 conference is to be held on Earth Day to focus on the significant threats and management of invasive species of Michigan’s inland lakes and streams.