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Students Experience Lake Charlevoix (SELC)

Students Experience Lake Charlevoix has done a wonderful job bringing lake environment learning stations to students for 23 years aboard the Beaver Island Boat on Lake Charlevoix. We look forward to this years excursion on May 17 & 18.

 


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LCA Annual Meeting
Save the Date
The LCA Annual Meeting will be held at Sommerset Pointe on Thursday- July 7, 2016 from 10am-noon . There will be a free native plant give away. We would love to have you join us!

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Township Zoning – Lakefront Ordinance

We encourage everyone to become familiar with the ordinances for your township and work to keep your property compliant. These ordinances were created to protect our lake. Please refer to the county website and the actual zoning language before beginning any project.

This link will take you to a very generalized listing of township ordinances pertaining to shoreline regulations.

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Spring 2016 Newsletter is available now!

MI SHORELAND
The MI Shoreland Stewards program is a statewide recognition program developed by the Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership to recognize lake shore property owners who protect their lake through good shoreline practices.

Take your survey today at: www.mishorelandstewards.org To provide incentive to people for using the survey, the LCA is giving away three $50 gift certificates to be awarded by random drawing among every Lake Charlevoix Association member who completes the survey.


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Inland Seas School Ship
The ship will be back again this summer on Friday evening August 19 and Saturday morning August 20.. New for 2016, we have scheduled two weekend sessions to accommodate the less fortunate among us who can only be up here weekends. The sessions will be led by School Ship Employees and local experts and have always received rave reviews for content, quality and fun. Please mark your calendars. Enrollment invitations will be out soon.

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Click Here For the Latest Water Levels Chart from US Army Corps of Engineers
Lake water levels are certainly up, as forecast!  The summer of 2015 levels are up about 5″ above the long term averages, and about 10″ higher than last summer.

The forecast is for the usual dropping of levels starting in August.  Fall and winter ice cover as well as precipitation in the Great Lakes basin will determine our next years levels.

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Do You Treasure Lake Charlevoix? Become a Guardian!
The Lake Guardian program is designed to help everyone learn how to and then become better stewards of our beautiful lake. Read on to learn more about the program and how you can become a “Lake Guardian”. Read more.