Water Quality

 

 

Cooperative Lake Monitoring Program - 2017

CMLA 2016 Data

2016 Annual Report

 

2017 Water Quality Report

 

Mowing or cutting individual stands to remove dead plant material after herbicide treatment is an important step toward achieving phragmites control. This encourages native plant growth and allows for identification of phragmites regrowth for herbicide spot treatment.

Please read this report below "A Landowner's Guide to Phragmites Control" - State of Michigan

 Guide to Phragmites

News & Events 8/29/2018

Toxic Algae Can Grow In Lakes And Ponds. Here’s How To Protect Yourself

For many people, summer means heading to a local lake and cooling off with a swim. But recent outbreaks of toxic algae in lakes and ponds across the country have shut down some of these swimming spots, leaving the water surface coated in green and posing a threaten to human and animal health. To read the full story click here

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Local News 9/24/2018

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Families came together for a very special reunion today (Sunday). Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center hosted its annual Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Reunion. Kids of all ages filled a room at the Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, many of ...

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