Lakes Preservation League is a non-profit  organization committed to the preservation of natural resources in the Devils and Round Lakes areas in Lenawee County, Michigan.

Meetings are normally held the first Wednesday o
f each month at 7:00 pm at the Rollin Township Hall, 730 Manitou Road, Manitou Beach, Mi.


Announcements

  • Lenawee County Sheriff Marine Patrol To Speak at May 6th Meeting Lieutenant Reckner from the Lenawee County Sheriff Marine Patrol will speak at the May 6 LPL meeting at the Rollin Township Hall.  He will be speaking about boating laws, changes ...
    Posted Apr 29, 2015, 6:05 PM by Lakes Preservation
  • Adopt-A-Road We need your help!Our next lake road clean up is scheduled for April 11th -19th. We are in need of volunteers for locationsalong Devils Lake Hwy. And Round ...
    Posted Apr 16, 2015, 6:04 PM by Lakes Preservation
  • Walleye! Hey fish lovers, did you know that the DNR recently stocked Devil's Lake with 30,000 Walleye?
    Posted Jul 8, 2014, 9:01 AM by Lakes Preservation
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Weed Control Equipment

Lake Rakes and a Weed Hog Pump owned by the LPL are available to members.  Click Here for more information. 

Current Membership

500 And Growing
INCLUDES FAMILIES, INDIVIDUALS, BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS
 
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
 

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Attention Round Lake Residents and Fishermen!

The DNR has set up fishnets in Round Lake as of 5/11/2015.  

These will be used to count certain types of fish in the lake, primarily panfish.  Along with the count some of the fish may be tagged for further education.  This will require the cooperation of fishermen who catch a fish with a tag.  Instructions are on the tag as to what to do.  Please do not boat near the nets for the duration that they are there.


Looking For Some Pictures

Do you have a picture to share that captures the beauty around Devil's and Round Lakes?
   


Email it to the webmaster - We would love to post it!

 

Thanks to one of our members for pointing out this interesting article just in time for summer:
By Holland Sentinel, March 18. 2015 12:00PM

State View: How your body wash hurts the Great Lakes
Microbeads, tiny plastic particles, often less than a millimeter in size, are packed into personal hygiene products. Being so tiny, they pass through wastewater treatment systems and end up in rivers, lakes and oceans. Read More... 


Bait Dumping Concerns

From the AP John Flesher August 28th, 2014:

“Inadequate regulation of the bait-fish trade and carelessness on the part of anglers may be allowing invasive species – including the feared Asian carp – to reach Great Lakes and inland waterways, according to a scientific paper.”

There is more to this story (Click to read entire article...), but it ultimately comes down to “what can we do?” The answer is …DON’T DUMP LEFTOVER BAIT INTO THE LAKE!!! The LPL has been putting reminders on windshields of cars parked at the public ramp, and plans to post this reminder there for all to see.


Help needed with the LPL Directory

HELP! We need somebody to take over the directory project that gets 
underway in February, and someone to coordinate the advertising as well  
as volunteers to contact advertisers. Margaret Brighton has done a great 
job for many years. Now it is time for someone else to continue this important  
LPL project. For information, call 547-7267.  Click Here! For a detailed description



A Landmark Remembered

Click on the picture for a larger view!

The Clearwater Beach Association of Devils Lake recently placed a plaque on what remains of the Clearwater Beach Arch.

The arch was built in 1928 and placed on the Michigan State Register of Historic Places in 1984.


 






Join the Lakes Preservation League!

The  lakes are here for all of us to enjoy...but without an organization
committed to lake preservation and improvement, they may not be here for our children.  

The quality of life that we have grown accustomed to cannot be taken for granted.  Many changes take place that affect our lake environment positively or negatively.  We all need an organization that will try to make sure that changes are changes for the better.   

Yearly dues are $25.00 (January 1st though December 31st).
Along with your membership you will receive our monthly newsletter, The Preserver, as well as a subscription to The Michigan Riparian which is published quarterly.

Click Here! to print a membership application form. 

Remember the Lakes Preservation League is a non-profit organization.  Your dues are tax deductible.  For further information contact Margaret Brighton, Membership Chairman, 517 547-7267.


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