The CLMP is on hiatus until 2021, but there are lake monitoring options for the summer of 2020. If you want to keep your monitoring going this summer, go here: Read More

MiCorps is a network of volunteer water quality monitoring programs in Michigan created by former Governor Granholm under Michigan Executive Order #2003-15 to assist the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) in collecting and sharing water quality data. Initial funding for the MiCorps program was provided through the Clean Michigan Initiative (CMI) bond;… Read More

Please visit the 15th Annual MiCorps Conference webpage to access the conference program and presentations from this year’s annual MiCorps conference and training held November 18-19, 2019, at the Kettunen Center (Tustin, Michigan). This year’s conference showcased presentations from volunteers around the state, regional experts, as well as Michigan EGLE and MiCorps staff covering both… Read More

Due to a power outage at the Kettunen Center on October 22-23, the MiCorps Conference and Training has been rescheduled for November 18-19. If you were registered for the conference and have not heard from us to verify your participation on these new dates, please contatc us ASAP at We are also able to… Read More

Registration for the 15th Annual MiCorps Conference and Training on October 23, 2019 (with optional pre-conference events on October 22nd) is now open. Please join us to celebrate MiCorps’ 15-year Crystal Anniversary! This annual event is a great opportunity to learn about volunteer monitoring opportunities and to meet or reconnect with other water quality program… Read More

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for two opportunities for Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program (CLMP) training being offered in 2019. The first CLMP training is being offered on Friday-Saturday, May 3-4, in conjunction with the Michigan Lake Stewardship Associations (MLSA) Annual Conference at the Crystal Mountain Resort in Thompsonville, MI. Please… Read More

Curious about the health of your lake? Enroll in the 2019 Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program (CLMP) today or contact Jean Roth at Michigan Lake Stewardship Associations (MLSA) to request a paper application ( or 989-257-3715). The CLMP has been an important component of Michigan’s inland lakes monitoring program for over 40 years, which makes it… Read More