Swimmers Itch Reporting
If you experience swimmer’s itch, please report your experience by clicking on the tab below and following the links. This information will help ESLA make better informed decisions in combating the problem.
Elk-Skegemog Lake Association
Current Events & Meeting Schedule
ESLA Board of Director Meeting Dates
June 21, 2019 (Annual Meeting)
Guest Speaker | Anthony Rupard – Program | Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy
July 18, 2019
September 19, 2019
December 19, 2019
“It’s A Shore Thing” Calendar
August 16, 2019 | Paddle Antrim | Deana Jerdee, Executive Director
September 27, 2019 | Rehabilitating Reefs | David F. Clapp, Research Station Manager of MI DNR Fisheries
Flushing the Future – The Challenge of Failing Septic Systems
The premiere showing at the Leelanau Clean Water Symposium. In this 16-minute documentary, we talk with nationally recognized wastewater experts, human health professionals and policy experts to discover the water quality risks posed by failing and broken septic system.
Joe VanderMeulen, M.S., Ph.D.
Science Journalism / Videography
Invasive Species Michigan Law 2019
To comply with the law and prevent the introduction and spread of aquatic invasive species, boaters should:
- CLEAN boats, trailers and equipment.
- DRAIN live wells, bilges and all water.
- DRY boats and equipment.
- DISPOSE of unwanted bait in the trash.
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Researches issues and proposes ESLA positions and programs. Manages protection activities.
Responsible for reviewing and providing guidance for all of the organization’s financial matters.
Organizes and Maintains ESLA representation with township, county, state and federal agencies.
Manages ESLA newsletter, website, email broadcasts, handbooks, membership directory etc.
Develops programs for water and ice safety, boat and snowmobile safety, water level control.