2018 Enrollment Now Open for the Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program
Enrollment is now open for the 2018 Season of the Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program!
Volunteers receive technical assistance, education and training, and can choose from a variety of monitoring activities such as;
- Secchi Disk Fact Sheet
- Total Phosphorus Fact Sheet
- Chlorophyll-a Fact Sheet
- Dissolved Oxygen and Temperature Fact Sheet
- Aquatic Plant Fact Sheet
- Exotic Aquatic Plant Fact Sheet | Brochure
- Score the Shore Fact Sheet
How to enroll:
- Enroll on the MiCorps web page: https://micorps.net/lake-monitoring/become-a-volunteer/
- Call Jean Roth at Michigan Lake and Stream Associations to request a paper application (989‐257‐3715).
The Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program (CLMP) has been an important component of Michigan's inland lakes monitoring program for over 40 years, which makes it the second oldest volunteer monitoring program for lakes in the country. The primary purpose of this cooperative program is to help citizen volunteers monitor indicators of water quality in their lake and document changes in lake quality over time.
Since 1992, the Michigan Lake and Stream Associations (ML&SA) has administered the CLMP jointly with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
For more information about the CLMP, please visit https://micorps.net/lake-monitoring/ or contact Jean Roth at ML&SA at email@example.com.