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.


  • No October Meeting!
    Posted Sep 29, 2014, 7:19 AM by Lakes Preservation
  • We Need your Help - Adopt Round Lake Hwy! The Adopt-A-Road event is scheduled for September 20th through 28th, this fall. We are still in need of a 2-4 morevolunteers to help with the undeveloped ...
    Posted Sep 10, 2014, 6:51 AM by Lakes Preservation
  • Matt Markey the Outdoor Editor Speaks at August LPL Meething Matt Markey the Outdoor Editor from the Toledo Blade was our guest speaker. “We have a valuable resource in our lakes. We live on a piece of paradise here.” was ...
    Posted Sep 10, 2014, 6:18 AM by Lakes Preservation
  • Summer Sale! LPL has official logowear for sale!  Up to 40% savings on selected items.  For more information see the LPL Merchandise page
    Posted Jul 10, 2014, 6:58 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


Another serious threat to our lakes?
In July the DEQ confirmed the existence of Starry Stonewort in Round Lake and the channel between Round and Devils Lake.  For more information, Click Here!

Update: PLM treated the starry stone-wort on July 24th, along with several small patches of Eurasian Milfoil in Round Lake. A recent personal inspection by Joel Johnson did not reveal any to have reappeared. He will do another inspection at other locations soon.  Thanks Joel for keeping us updated!

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.


Michigan Lake and Stream Associations Region 2 Fall Seminar

The Region 2  Fall Seminar  is 8:30 - Noon, Saturday, 18 October 2014. The Michigan Lake and Stream Association is dedicated to the appreciation, protection and preservation of our area's most valuable natural resources - inland lakes and streams. Join them at the Tipton Township Hall for a continental breakfast, expert speakers, free literature. and door prizes !!!

The Fall Seminar Registration Fee is $10.00 per person. Checks can be made payable to the Michigan Lake and Stream Associations 10 at least days before the seminar.  For more information and a registration form, Click Here!

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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