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Douglas Lake Improvement Association
PO Box 472, Pellston, MI 49769              June 26, 2019

DLIA Looking for Volunteers to Assist with Aquatic Vegetation Survey in July
            The last plant vegetation survey on Douglas Lake was done by the Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council, assisted by DLIA volunteers and UMBS student volunteers, in 2012.  It’s time to assess the vegetative quality of our Lake again. DLIA and UMBS are jointly funding the Survey which will be led by the TOMWC’s Dave Edwards, Monitoring and Research Director.
            Dave is hosting a Training Workshop for survey volunteers on Friday, July 19th, 1-4 PM at Nichols Laboratory, at the Biostation. (Nichols Lab is adjacent to the UMBS Administrative Offices, just past Gates Lecture Hall.)  You can park in Guest Parking or at Gates Lecture Hall.
            Weather permitting, Dave plans to get the survey underway Monday, July 22nd.  The actual data gathering survey time is about two weeks, again weather dependent. Details about where to meet will come from Dave. 
            If you would like to participate in data gathering/actual survey on the Lake but can’t attend the training workshop, please contact Dave at TOMWC for logistic details, at
            A link to the 2012 Survey Report reminds everyone what the survey entails and what the results showed in 2012:
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