The Gull Lake Quality Organization was founded during the 1960’s as a riparian-based volunteer organization.
Who We Are
The Gull Lake Quality Organization is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the quality of life throughout the Gull Lake Watershed. Growing out of existing environmental groups, the GLQO incorporated in 1977 to spearhead the creation of the Gull Lake sewer system. Since then, GLQO has expanded its mission and grown its membership.
What We Do
GLQO has five core priorities: Boater Safety, Communication, Fisheries, Membership and Water Quality. Working closely with organizations such as the Department of Natural Resources, Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program, Kalamazoo County Marine Patrol, Kellogg Biological Station, and the Michigan Lake and Stream Associations, GLQO works diligently to keep you informed, monitor water quality and protect our natural resources.
Its Board of Directors meets eight times per year. All meetings are open to members of the Gull Lake Quality Organization, as well as the public.