Affiliate Members


Affiliate Members

United States Affiliates (Click here for Affiliates in Canada)

Photo of California Lake Management Society California Lake Management Society

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Since its founding in 1985, the California Lake Management Society has been an Affiliate of the North American Lake Management Society. We are a non-profit organization for California's lakes and the only statewide network of individuals, lake associations and public fund representatives devoted solely to the preservation and protection of our lakes.…

Photo of Colorado Lake & Reservoir Mgmt. Assoc. Colorado Lake & Reservoir Mgmt. Assoc.
720.898.7764 (Kev

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CLRMA is a grass roots organization made up of individuals concerned about the future of Colorado lakes and reservoirs. Our members are people just like you - people concerned about today's lake issues. The Colorado Lake and Reservoir Management Association was formed in 1996 as a non-profit, charitable organization.…

Photo of Illinois Lake Mgmt. Association Illinois Lake Mgmt. Association
800-338-6976

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Mission: To Promote Understanding And Comprehensive Management of Lake And Watershed Ecosystems

Living on or near a lake brings unique pleasures. At the same time, problems arise creating the need for information and education. Lake home owners, concerned citizens, lake associations and environmental professionals joined together in 1985 to meet that need with the formation of the Illinois Lake Management Association.…

Photo of Indiana Lakes Management Society Indiana Lakes Management Society
765-337-9100

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Indiana Lakes Management Society, Inc., more commonly known as “ILMS”, was incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation in the State of Indiana in 1991 by a group of individuals with a common interest in protecting and saving Indiana lakes for future generations.

The Articles of Incorporation clearly set forth the purposes of the corporation as follows: “...promote and encourage the understanding and comprehensive management of lakes and reservoirs and their watershed ecosystems.” In the years since incorporation, the organization has set forth primary objectives, and works to adhere to these goals: Promote and provide a forum for the sharing of information and experience on scientific, legal, administrative, and financial aspects of lake and watershed management.…

Photo of Lake & Watershed Assoc. of So. Carolina Lake & Watershed Assoc. of So. Carolina
864-457-4578

Photo of Michigan Chapter Of NALMS Michigan Chapter Of NALMS
616-891-2000 x200

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  • Encourages cooperation and interaction among lake and watershed managers to address problems impacting Michigan's lakes.
  • Promotes the sharing of information and experiences on scientific, financial, administrative, legal, and legislative aspects of l

Photo of New England Chapter Of NALMS New England Chapter Of NALMS
401-874-4561

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The New England Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society (NEC-NALMS) is the only region wide organization addressing lake and lake watershed issues. Chartered in 1993, our purpose is to promote improved understanding of lakes, ponds, reservoirs and impoundments, and their watersheds; the ecosystem of which they are a part; and their protection, restoration and management.…

Photo of North Carolina Lake Management Society North Carolina Lake Management Society
919-560-4326

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The North Carolina Lake Management Society (NCLMS) was formed in 1994 to bring together individuals and groups with shared interests in protecting lakes, mountain streams, coastal plain bogs and watersheds. We consist of lake homeowners, scientists, agency representatives, and citizens.…

Photo of NY State Federation of Lake Associations NY State Federation of Lake Associations
800-796-3652

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The New York State Federation of Lake Associations, Inc. (NYSFOLA) was founded in 1983 by a small consortium of lake associations concerned about a variety of problems facing their lakes. Water quality was of concern to nearly all of the lakes, and there was little information available on methods to combat the increasing presence of aquatic invasive species.…

Photo of Ohio Lake Management Society Ohio Lake Management Society
440-708-2439

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The mission of the Ohio Lake Management Society (OLMS) is to promote scientific research and sound management of Ohio’s lakes through education and technical assistance, collection and dissemination of water quality data and advocacy of the policies that enhance the quality and protect the ecological and recreational benefits of lakes for the people of Ohio.…

Photo of Oklahoma Clean Lakes & Watersheds Assoc. Oklahoma Clean Lakes & Watersheds Assoc.
405-530-8900

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OCLWA’s Mission...
The mission of the Oklahoma Clean Lakes & Watersheds Association (OCLWA) is to provide a forum for scientists, citizens, and professionals to exchange ideas, receive education, and form partnerships to foster sound management and protection of lakes and watersheds.
OCLWA’s Purpose & Objectives...

Photo of Oklahoma Dept. of Environmental Quality Oklahoma Dept. of Environmental Quality
405-702-9129

DEQ MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality is to enhance the quality of life in Oklahoma and protect the health of its citizens by protecting, preserving and restoring the water, land and air of the state, thus fostering a clean, attractive, healthy, prosperous and sustainable environment.…

Photo of Oregon Lakes Association Oregon Lakes Association
503-880-4453

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Mission: To promote the understanding, protection, and thoughtful management of lake and watershed ecosystems in Oregon. Serving entirely through volunteer efforts, the Oregon Lakes Association (OLA) puts on an annual conference, publishes a quarterly newsletter, sponsors Harmful Algal Bloom trainings, and works as an advocate for lakes in the legislative arena.…

Photo of Pennsylvania Lake Management Society Pennsylvania Lake Management Society
570-316-1669

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The Pennsylvania Lake Management Society (PALMS) is a non-profit organization created to promote understanding and comprehensive management of lakes and reservoirs and their watersheds. PALMS was formed in 1989 as a Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) by a group of individuals concerned for the future of lakes in Pennsylvania.…

Photo of Washington State Lake Protection Association Washington State Lake Protection Association
206-477-4845

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The Washington State Lake Protection Association (WALPA) is a non-profit organization formed in 1986 by a group of volunteers concerned for the future of lakes in this state. WALPA has grown to more than 200 members that includelakeside residents, lake associations, recreationists, scientists, educators, legislators, and local and state agencies.…

Canada Affiliates (Click here for Affiliates in the United States)

Photo of Alberta Lake Management Society Alberta Lake Management Society
780-702-2567

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The Alberta Lake Management Society (ALMS) was formally established on November 1991 and was officially incorporated as a non-profit organization under the Societies Act of Alberta in December 1991. In 1992, ALMS became the first Canadian Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS).…

Photo of Lower Qu’Appelle Watershed Stewards Lower Qu’Appelle Watershed Stewards
306-745-9774

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The Lower Qu’Appelle Watershed Stewards Inc. (LQWS) is a non-profit community-based organization that will work with municipalities, First Nations, towns, villages, agricultural producers and the public to improve water quality in the watershed while considering the financial viability of communities.…