The McNALMS Lunch and Learn Seminar is scheduled for Friday, December 5, 2014, from 11:30am to 2:00pm in Room 136 Brody Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. The featured speaker will be Dr. Jeff Reutter, Director of the Ohio Sea Grant College Program at the Ohio State University and also Director of the F.T. Stone Laboratory Center for Lake Erie Area Research. He will be presenting Nutrient Loading and Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Erie and Inland Lakes: Concerns for Water Supplies. Registration is now open. Click here to register. Cost of $20 ($15 for students) includes the presentation, buffet luncheon and dessert.
To find Brody Hall, go to the MSU Interactive Map and use the search function to find Brody Hall. Parking is available across the street at the Kellogg Center Garage or at metered spaces behind Brody.
The Michigan Inland Lakes Convention held May 1-3, 2014 attracted nearly 400 participants, speakers, and exhibitors. Postings of presentations are available on the Michigan Inland Lakes Convention website.
Presentations from the conference The Great Lakes: Issues and Innovations held March 4, 2014 are now online.
2011 Conference Presentation - Presentations from the conference on "Taking Charge: New Trends in Lake Research and Aquatic Plant Management" held September 23, 2011
2010 Conference Materials - Presentations from the conference on "Taking Charge: Lake and Shoreline Management at the Local Level" are now available.
Upcoming McNALMS Board Meeting for 2014
Wednesday, December 3
All meetings are open to members (RSVP to the Executive Director (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you plan to attend). Meetings begin at 9:30am in 105 Manly Miles Bldg., 1405 S. Harrison Rd., East Lansing, MI unless noted otherwise.
Encourages cooperation and interaction among lake and watershed professionals, practitioners and managers to address problems impacting Michigan's lakes.
Promotes the sharing of information and experiences on scientific, financial, administrative, legal, and legislative aspects of lake and watershed management.
Fosters the development of lake restoration and protection programs at local, state, and national levels.
Promotes wise lake management by enhancing public awareness through education.
Provides a forum for citizens and managers to share ideas and promote common objectives.
Great Inland Lakes
Michigan's freshwater resources are perhaps its greatest treasures. Dotted with thousands of inland lakes, Michigan enjoys a unique resource that is unparalleled. For all of us who live, work and play on these wonderful lake resources, their is a vital role to be played in their protection, management and wise use.
The Michigan Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) is a group of professionals, practitioners, and interested citizens, who care about the preservation and wise management of Michigan lakes. Focusing on inland lakes, McNALMS is an affiliate member of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS - www.nalms.org), an international society. Through this affiliation, McNALMS is able to draw on the expertise of scientists, engineers, policymakers, and citizens from throughout the world.
McNALMS includes members from state, federal and local agencies as well as professionals working in limnology, biology, fisheries, recreation, and engineering. The Chapter provides a unique opportunity for individuals, groups and lake advocates to come together to achieve shared lake protection and restoration objectives.
If you share our interest in protecting and restoring Michigan's wonderful lake resources, we invite you to join with us and add your voice to our growing and active effort.