Phragmites Survey Maps
Glen Lake Association
works to maintain the pristine quality of the Glen Lake Watershed in cooperation with the Michigan Lake and Stream Associations and other environmental organizations
Elk Skegemog Lakes Association
protecting the environment, monitoring development, tracking water quality and following trends in boating, fishing, and other uses of our lakes.
Crystal Lake & Watershed Association
Protecting the integrity of Crystal Lake, Benzie County, MI, now and for the future.
Lake Leelanau Watershed Protection Plan
Last updated in 2010, this document provides plenty of food for thought.
Michigan Lake and Stream Associations
a non-profit corporation of individuals and associations aiming to promote the wise use of Michigan’s Water resources.
Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
the lead organization for water resources protection in Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, and Emmet Counties
Leelanau based resources
Land Protection, Preservation & Conservation
Property Search and other County Government info
Leelanau Clean Water | Leland Township Planning Commission
Leelanau Clean Water
A hidden resource from the Leelanau County homepage – “to provide accurate information to assist public participation in water resource decisions”
Leelanau Conservation District
Dedicated to helping all land users wisely manage the natural resources of Leelanau County
Michigan Land Use Institute
founded in 1995 to establish an approach to economic development that strengthens communities, enhances opportunity, and protects the state’s unmatched natural resources.
a daily diary from Leelanau County for those who just can’t get enough
Leelanau County’s Weekly Paper
Saving Birds Thru Habitat
helping to improve habitat for migrating birds one backyard at a time
courtesy of the Lake Leelanau Lake Association
Other sites of interest
information about swimmers itch from Hope College
Michigan Riparian Magazine
devoted exclusively to protection, preservation, and improvement of Michigan waters and the rights of riparian owners to enjoy their waterfront property