Assist with the operation of the WLAC by joining a committee, volunteering at public events, or assisting in the office.

Stewardship opportunities include: volunteer workdays (plantings, Earth Day, etc.), preserve monitoring, kestrel nest box monitoring and stream monitoring.

Botulism has been identified as a problem for fish and birds in Lakes Ontario, Erie, and Michigan. Remove dead birds and fish immediately, to prevent the spread of botulism, as…

Do streams potentially impact the water quality of the lakes that they flow into? Should they be monitored? We at the Watershed Council think so and have thus, embarked upon…

Presently, volunteers monitor 35 lakes spread throughout Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Emmet, and Montmorency Counties. The objectives of the program are to collect baseline data, characterize lake ecosystems, identify specific water…

WAVE provides technical and financial support for groups demonstrating the importance of water resource stewardship at the local level. Create a group of friends, family, coworkers, or anyone and focus…

We strive to develop cooperative relationships that advance water quality and nurture Northern Michigan’s local economy. With input from local, regional and state sources – such as governments, nonprofits, funders,…

We are excited for you to become one of our volunteer dog walkers. Please be ready to do a lot of walking. Dog walkers must be 18+.

Fostering a dog is a serious responsibility that offers much love and many lasting rewards. You are not only fostering a pet, you are adding a new member to your…

These hardworking individuals assist with everything from helping out at events, sending out mailings, walking dogs, fostering sick animals and more!

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