The Four Township Water Resource Council is dedicated to protecting water quality in Barry, Prairieville, Richland and Ross Townships.
The Gull Lake Dam Association maintains and monitors the dam located on Gull Creek at the southern end of Gull Lake.
The Michigan Clean Water Corps (MiCorps) is a network of volunteer water quality monitoring programs in Michigan. Visit Michigan Clean Water Corps at micorps.net.
GLQO is a member of the Michigan Lake and Stream Associations. Their website is loaded with information about lakes and lake living in Michigan. Visit Michigan Lake and Stream Associations.
GLQO has been supported by the research conducted by the scientists at the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station.
The MSU Extension website is a great tool to learn about a wide variety of topics. The MSU Extension also offers classroom and field-based sessions to help participants to better understand local water resource management planning and program implementation. Learn more about Lake and Stream Leaders Institute.
Shoreline erosion can be a problem for many riparians. To learn more about the benefits of a natural shoreline and best practices visit the Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership