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New Boat Motor Acquisition for GLA

Education, News September 19, 2017 No Response

The research vessel "RV Sarah", which is the GLA’s workboat, is featured in this video. Recently, the GLA board approved the changing of an old, two-stroke outboard engine to a new eco-friendly four-stroke engine. The new engine operates 90% cleaner than the old one. Thanks to Glen Craft Marina for helping us with the transition and ensuring the GLA boat is well equipped for the next 10 - 15 years into the future.


Water Quality Forum Sept. 13 Hosted by League of Women Voters Leelanau County

Education September 8, 2017 No Response

The League of Women Voters Leelanau County (LWVLC) will open its 2017-2018 Forum Series with a presentation entitled #@It Happens, Then What?! Leelanau County Septic System: Water Quality and Public Health Implications at 12 noon on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 in the lower level of the Leelanau County Government Center in Suttons Bay.

The panelists will be Tom Fountain, Director of Environmental Health at the Benzie Leelanau District Health Department; Nick Fleezanis, President of Lake Leelanau Lake Association; and Joe Williams of Williams and Bay Pumping Service. The event will be moderated by LWVLC Energy and Natural Resource Committee member Tricia Denton. Leelanau Clean Water will provide the Septic Newsletter to attendees.

The event is free and open to the public. Attendees are welcome to bring a sack lunch. The Leelanau County Government Center is located at 8527 E. Government Center Dr. in Suttons Bay, MI.

For more information on the League of Women Voters Leelanau County (LWVLC) call 231-271-5600, or visit LWVLeelanau.org. Follow LWVLC on Facebook at League of Women Voters Leelanau County.


Aerial Footage: Shoreline and shoals of Big and Little Glen lakes

Education September 5, 2017 No Response

GLA has completed an experimental project involving flying a drone over 17 miles of the shoreline and shoals of Big and Little Glen lakes. The project has many applications for monitoring our water quality. This footage will be used to provide statistical analysis on a multitude of water quality issues, including: erosion; nutrient loading; land use practices; invasive species inventories and year to year comparisons as the shoreline changes in future years. This footage was filmed in August 2017.