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

  • Devils Lake Car Show! Saturday August 23 - Devils Lake Car Show will take place from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at Manitou Beach. For more info contact Kim Neill at 517-547 ...
    Posted Jul 30, 2014, 5:50 PM 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
  • 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
  • Saturdays Through August - Farmers Market at Manitou Beach 8:00 am to noon at 290 Devils Lake Highway (next to the lighthouse) featuring fruits and vegetables, baked goods, flowers, plants, herbs and crafts.
    Posted Jun 8, 2014, 6:10 PM by William Riddle
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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

489
INCLUDES FAMILIES, INDIVIDUALS, BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS
 
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
 

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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!







Are You Safe on the Water?

Saturday August 2, 2014 - the Adrian Coast Guard Auxiliary will conduct free vessel safety checks at the public access site on Devils Lake from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. These checks will be made to insure the vessels contain the proper safety equipment.

Matt Markey Special Presentation

The LPL August 6th Meeting will feature a presentation by Matt Markey, Outdoor Editor of the Toledo Blade.  Matt will talk about "Protecting Our Freshwater Resources."  This is a very interesting presentation with some surprising information and everyone with lakefront property will 
find it worth their time!!
 

Volunteer! LPL elections 2014

The LPL is looking for a few good men and women to fill vacant board positions. If you are able to devote a little time to help our organization that protects and maintains our beautiful lakes area, please consider volunteering for one of these positions. Elections will take place during our August 6th meeting. Please contact Joel Johnson if you are interested.

Remember, small efforts from many people combine to accomplish large things!!!

Treasurer - This position is responsible for keeping the books for the LPL and providing financial statements.  The position requires attendance to the monthly meetings (nine per year) and an estimated two hours per month managing the books.

Board Member, Advertising - This position leads the effort to re-sign and recruit advertisers for the LPL Directory.  The incumbent attends monthly meetings and actively spends time in early Spring contacting the local retailers.

Board Member At Large - We have two board members whose terms are expiring and another that has resigned. These positions attend the monthly meetings (nine per year) and help with the direction of the LPL. They also assist with special projects as they arise, such as the Christmas Party and production of our yearly directory.





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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