Now accepting applications through March 15, 2024
The Michigan Chapter North American Lake Management Society (McNALMS) and the Michigan Lakes
and Streams Association (MLSA) are pleased to announce the next round of funding for the Lake
Research Student Grants Program. The purpose of the program is to promote student efforts to work on
inland lakes and/or with lake communities to enhance inland lake management.
Projects that increase the understanding of lake ecology, have applicability to Michigan lakes, strengthen collaborative lake management, build lake partnerships and/or expand citizen involvement in lake management are eligible for consideration.
This year, McNALMS and MLSA expect to fund one or more projects from a total pool of $4,000. Proposals will be funded for one calendar year. Projects must have a Michigan focus; however, the recipient does not have to reside in Michigan.
Applicants must be either:
- University/College graduate student(s) conducting applied research/outreach projects.
- University/College undergraduate student(s) working on special studies projects.
- Students currently or in the last two years enrolled in the Michigan Lake and Stream Leaders Institute, Michigan Conservation Stewards Program or similar Watershed Academy.
Find out more about this opportunity and apply here: mcnalms.org/grants