Mission Statement: To restore, protect and sustain water resources, promote public awareness of environmental and economic importance, and provide accurate information to assist public participation in water resource decisions.
Video: 'Introduction to Leelanau Clean Water'
How can you get involved in Leelanau Clean Water?
- Attend our monthly meetings - the 3rd Wednesday of each month, 9:30-11 am at the Leelanau Government Center - lower level. Workshops or events every two months (may have different dates/times for public events - see link for meeting schedule).
- Volunteer to collect water quality data through the Leelanau Conservancy or other groups such as Inland Seas or The Watershed Center.
- Join a member organization - you can volunteer, learn information and get
involved in many other ways.
Members & Supporters:
The Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay
Inland Seas Education Association
The Leelanau Conservancy
Glen Lake Association
Lake Leelanau Lake Association
Lime Lake Association
Little Traverse Property Owners Association
Little Traverse Conservationists
Benzie Leelanau District Health Department
Leelanau Conservation District
Leelanau Drain Commissioner
Bar Lakes Association
League of Women Voters
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians
Stay Healthy While Swimming: What to Consider When Enjoying Northern MI Lakes
Leelanau County Water Quality Monitoring 2014-15
Baseline Pre-Hydraulic Fracturing Project
Septic Systems - A Guide For Leelanau County Homeowners
Presentations from Leelanau Clean Water Event:
A Four Part Seminar: Water Issues for All of Us
This page last updated on 6/12/2018.