BY: MIke Gallagher, MLSA President

It was a great couple of days in July to learn about what’s happening in our inland lakes and streams when the LSLI Class of 2019 visited the Kellogg Biological Station at Gull Lake.  Dr. Jo Latimore and Dr. Lois Wolfson took the class on boats to Gull Lake and in waders to explore Augusta Creek. 

Twenty-six (26) lake and stream lovers were in this year’s intensive, multi-session statewide leadership development program which is offered biennially.

Participants develop their technical and people skills in an atmosphere of openness, trust, friendship and camaraderie. Classroom and field studies make up the agenda for three weekends this summer which began at Higgins Lake in June and will finish up at Michigan State University this fall.


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