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New Discoveries in Swimmer’s Itch

Education, News June 22, 2020

Prevention is the Key “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” so the saying goes.  This certainly...

75th Celebration Fundraising Campaign: Supporting our Watershed Scientist Position

Education, News June 18, 2020

It’s all about the water…. After 75 years, the Glen Lake Association is celebrating this impressive milestone with the same…

New Discoveries in Swimmer’s Itch

Education, News June 8, 2020

It has been widely accepted by many Swimmer’s Itch scientists that once Common Mergansers (once thought to be the major…

GLA Pioneering New Study on Septics, Seeks Riparian Volunteers

Education, News June 4, 2020

The GLA has engaged Freshwater Solutions, LLC and the University of Alberta Canada to conduct a pioneering study on septic…

Brooks Lake – Part 3 of Satellite Water Bodies in our Watershed

Education, News May 18, 2020

When the name Brooks Lake is raised in a conversation on many of the Discovery Boat Cruises, most people do…

Guardian Ambassador Shares Info on Lake-Friendly Landscapes

Education, News May 18, 2020

GLA is continuing its mission—75 years and running—to preserve and protect the quality of water in the Glen Lake/Crystal River…

Day Mill Pond – Satellite Water Bodies in Our Watershed Part 2

Education, News April 30, 2020

The 7-acre, 3-foot deep Day Mill Pond lies west of the west end of Little Glen Lake and is easily…

Spotting the Invasive Coltsfoot

Education, News April 27, 2020

Coltsfoot, (Tussilago farfara) above, is the first invasive to watch out for around Glen Lake. When you see our native Marsh Marigold (Caltha…

Shoreline Erosion on Glen Lake

Education, News April 20, 2020

Click image to link to video. The shorelines of Glen Lake are by nature’s design, an ever-changing phenomenon. Wind and waves…

GLA is Online Webinar Sponsor

Education, News April 6, 2020

GLA is pleased to announce that we are the online webinar sponsor for the 54th Annual Michigan Lakes and Streams…