December 2020 Newsletter

Get all the latest news and find out about opportunities from MLSA, share the newsletter with your friends too! https://mailchi.mp/mymlsa.org/december-2020

Has Purple Loosestrife Invaded Your Lake or Stream?

by Carol Kuesel (slpoatc@gmail.com) of Spider Lake, Traverse City Purple Loosestrife – Lythrum salicaria (A.K.A. Purple lythrum, Rainbow weed, and Spiked loosestrife) is an attractive herbaceous, perennial with squarish stems that grow 1.5 to 6’ tall which are...

Giving to MLSA

Members and Friends, we want to take this time as 2020 is wrapping up to remind you to support our organization. Michigan Lakes and Streams Association is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization that relies on memberships, magazine subscriptions, and your generous donations...

Senate Bill 431

Riparians concerned about potential impact of Michigan Senate Bill 431 on local zoning control in Michigan by Lon Nordeen, MLSA Board Secretary SB431 was sponsored by Sen. Adam Hollier (D-District 2). The bill has passed out of committee review and has gone to the...

November News

Check out our November 2020 Newsletter for all the latest: https://mailchi.mp/mymlsa.org/november2020