MLSA Regional Meetings – Click here for full details
Southwest region of the Lower Peninsula on Saturday, September 25 at 9:30am
Northwest region of the Lower Peninsula on Saturday, October 23 at 9:30am
Upper Peninsula on Saturday, November 6 at 9:30am
POSTPONED: Webinar Presentation Co-Hosted by MLSA, Maine Lakes, and New Hampshire Lakes
Boat Wake and Propeller Wash Impacts on Minnesota Lakes – This talk has been postponed so the researcher can finish his analysis, we will release the rescheduled date as soon as the work has been properly finished and the research is ready for public presentation. Thank you for your patience!
MLSA’s 61st Annual Conference
We are excited to announce our 2022 Conference will be IN PERSON on Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7, 2022 at Crystal Mountain Resort in Thompsonville, MI
MiCorps Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program training will also be held during the conference, we hope you will join us for both!
Present at the Conference: Have a great idea for a presentation or know someone who does? We are requesting conference presentation proposals to help us put together the best possible program. Presentations should be of interest to waterfront property owners, inland water enthusiasts, water management professionals, watershed groups, lake and stream conservationists. Proposal deadline is Tuesday, November 30, 2021:
Conference Presentation Proposal Form
Exhibit at the Conference: We are also seeking Sponsors and Exhibitors for the conference. Include the MLSA Annual Conference in your 2022 marketing budget and join us at Crystal Mountain. If you have a product to sell that benefits lakes and streams, information you would like to make available to our conference participants, or would like the opportunity to talk with riparians, this is for you. Sponsors and Exhibitors should fill out this form by February 1, 2022: Conference Sponsorship/Exhibitor Form
Check out our Event Resources Page for our previous events and materials.
There are lots of colors and options available so you can show your lake and stream pride. Click below to see all the options and thank you for supporting MLSA!
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