Join us at the 2015 Indiana Lakes Management Society annual Conference on Thursday and Friday, March 5th and 6th at Oakwood Resort on Lake Wawasee in Syracuse, IN.
This conference is an opportunity to learn the latest about lakes management, hear updates about on-going projects, and meet and interact with people who have similar interests and concerns about lakes. Registration information and a preliminary agenda are available online. For more information and to register, go to: http://www.indianalakes.org/conference_2015.html
We will be continuing with our volunteer refresher/training breakfast again this year. We will have a designated section where volunteer monitors can gather to meet with us and each other to share experiences, discuss data, refresh your training, or talk about anything else on your mind.
We hope to see you there!
The Indiana Clean Lakes Volunteer Monitoring Program will be hosting a training workshop to learn the basics of conducting vegetation surveys and plant identifcation at Ivy Tech in Rochester, IN. If you plan to attend, please register by September 23rd. Take a look at the attached flyer for more information
Join the Indiana Clean Lakes Program at the Biological Field Station on Crooked Lake for an afternoon of fun and relaxation on Saturday August 30th from 12-2pm. To RSVP email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-855-1600.
This July, take the opportunity to enjoy the lakes in your area and get involved by participating in recreational activities, clean-up events and/or educatinal activities.
Come out to the Bass Lake Festival July 25-27th for a car show, races, fireworks, food and more.
Join us for a classroom and field training program at Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College on July 19th. RSVP to Indianaclp@gmail.com by July 11th.
Those who already have equipment and training are invited to participate by collecting transparency, turbidity, temperature and pH data betweem June 28 and July 20, 2014. Data is used in an effort to track water quality changes over time.
The Indiana Watershed Leadership Program offers free webinars so you can learn at your convenience and save time and money on travel. Enjoy learning without leaving your office. The free monthly webinar series for 2013 included a webinar by Indiana Clean Lakes Program Director, Melissa Clark, "Limnology 101: A Brief Introduction". A link to her webinar as well as the current schedule of upcoming webinars can be found on their website by following the link above.