NALMS Affiliate Member Directory

Our Affiliate members organizations share similar missions with NALMS and partner with us on events and projects. If your organization is interested in becoming a NALMS Affiliate please refer to the document "How to Become a NALMS Affiliate," and contact the NALMS office at 608.233.2836 for more information

Please use the directory below to search for a NALMS Affiliate member in your area

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  • Julie
  • Chambers
  • :
  • Oklahoma Clean Lakes and Watersheds Association
  • Email
  • julie.chambers@owrb.ok.gov

  • Address
  • P.O. Box 60753 , Oklahoma City , OK 73146-0753

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.oclwa.org/

  • Leonard
  • Dane
  • :
  • Illinois Lake Management Association (ILMA)
  • Phone
  • 800-338-6976

  • Email
  • wildick@comcast.net

  • Address
  • P.O. Box 20655 , Springfield , IL 62708

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • ILMA-Lakes.org

  • Mickey
  • Desai
  • :
  • Georgia Lakes Society, Inc.
  • Email
  • gls@georgialakes.org

  • Address
  • PO Box 440994 , Kennesaw , GA 30160-9518

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://georgialakes.org/

  • Summary
  • A non-profit organization promoting the understanding, protection, restoration and comprehensive management of lakes, reservoirs, wetlands, and their watersheds. Membership in GLS is open to anyone with interest in lakes, and includes both professionals and interested citizens. The Alliance of Lake Homeowners is an organization within GLS, addressing issues specifically for those living around private lakes.

  • Biography
  • The purpose of the Society shall be to promote understanding, enjoyment and protection of Georgia’s lakes and their watersheds. The objectives of the Society are to: Provide a forum for sharing of information and experiences on scientific, administrative, legal, and financial aspects of lake, wetland, and watershed management. Foster the development of local lake and wetland restoration and protection programs in accordance with appropriate management strategies and techniques. Encourage the development of local, state, and national programs, policies and legislation promoting lake, wetland, and watershed management. Encourage the cooperation and interaction of organizations, agencies, units of government, and individuals concerned with lake, wetland, and watershed improvement and protection.

  • Jeff
  • Franklin
  • :
  • Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality
  • Phone
  • 405-702-9129

  • Email
  • Jeff.Franklin@deq.ok.gov

  • Address
  • 707 North Robinson , PO Box 1677 , OKlahoma City , OK 73101-1677

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.deq.state.ok.us/

  • Kerilynn
  • Frey
  • :
  • Pennsylvania Lake Management Society (PALMS)
  • Phone
  • 570-316-1669

  • Email
  • info@palakes.org

  • Address
  • P.O Box 111 , Huntington Mills , PA 18622

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.palakes.org/

  • Biography
  • 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. In 2005 PALMS became a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization. Today PALMS has more than 150 members. Our members are people just like you - people concerned about today's lake issues. It is a statewide organization made up of lakeside residents, lake associations, recreationists, scientists, educators, and local and state agency professionals. PALMS is currently recognized as an Affiliate Member of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS). PALMS is recognized as a statewide leading authority with respect to lake and watershed management and restoration. PALMS is probably best known for its highly successful annual lake and watershed conferences. PALMS routinely sponsors and participates in regional workshops throughout the Commonwealth. Recently, PALMS has accepted the responsibility of serving as the state's clearinghouse for lake-related information.

  • Andrew
  • Gould
  • :
  • Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association
  • Phone
  • 800-638-4937 x503

  • Email
  • president@vlwa.org

  • Address
  • 2951 Jefferson Davis Highway , Stafford , VA 22554

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.vlwa.org/

  • Biography
  • The Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to conducting scientific and educational efforts to protect the quality and uses of Virginia Lakes and Watersheds. The purposes for which this Association is organized are as follows: To promote good lake and reservoir management and the general welfare in lake ownership or management organizations. To promote sound storm water management practices on a watershed basis. To disseminate information to the membership which will tend to improve the policies of lake and watershed management organizations. To disseminate information to the membership regarding governmental developments in the field. To promote and represent the Association in the development of research and standards for lake and other water resource management. To seek enforcement of laws which affect lakes and other water resources and watersheds. To promote the welfare of lake and other water resource and watershed management interests in any other ways which may be deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors.

  • Elizabeth
  • Herron
  • :
  • New England Chapter Of NALMS
  • Email
  • emh@uri.edu

  • Address
  • Natural Resources Science Dept , Coastal Institute in Kingston, 1 Greenhouse Rd , Kingston , RI 02881

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • https://sites.google.com/site/necnalms/

  • Maryann
  • Krisovitch
  • :
  • Florida Lake Management Society
  • Phone
  • 352-434-5025

  • Email
  • flmshome@aol.com

  • Address
  • PO Box 345 , Apopka , FL 32704

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://flms.net/

  • Summary
  • The mission of the Florida Lake Management Society is to promote protection, enhancement, conservation, restoration and management of Florida's aquatic resources; provide a forum for education and information exchange; and advocate environmentally sound and economically feasible lake and aquatic resources management for the citizens of Florida.

  • Biography
  • The Florida Lake Management Society (FLMS) had its beginnings during the 1987 North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) Annual Conference which was held in Orlando, Florida. A combination of fresh water specialists met during the NALMS conference and agreed to form a Charter Committee to create the FLMS. Five goals were established by the Charter Committee. These goals were: to produce a charter and bylaws, to become a Chapter of NALMS, to find funding sources, to produce a FLMS newsletter, and to plan the first Florida Lake Management Society Annual Conference. All of the goals established by the Charter Committee were achieved within the first year after organization. During the first year the Society established an election process and elected a Board of Directors. The Board consisted of five officers (President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasury and Past President) and four directors. During the first year our Society conducted several regional lake management symposia, published several issues of our newsletter, participated in several aquatic resource campaigns and held our first Florida Lake Management Society Conference in Winter Park, Florida. The Society also established several awards to reward renowned Limnologists, activists and persons working in government. During the early 1990's, the Society continued to mature. FLMS received a grant from the FDER and EPA, which enabled the Society to sponsor eight regional lake management symposia throughout Florida. During this period membership grew to more than 300 persons and annual conferences were being attended by local lay persons as well as professionals from around the state. As membership grew, the Society established an Executive Director position and acquired one part-time staff to assist in publishing our quarterly newsletter. By the mid 1990's the Society began to focus on self-improvement. The Society established a Mission Statement and initiated an annual Strategic Planning Works

  • Richard
  • Locke
  • :
  • Lake And Watershed Association Of South Carolina
  • Phone
  • 864-457-4578

  • Email
  • richlocke@rocketmail.com

  • Address
  • 1010 East Lakeshore Dr , Landrum , SC 29356

  • Country
  • US

  • Arin
  • MacFarlane Dyer
  • :
  • Alberta Lake Management Society
  • Phone
  • 780-702-2567

  • Email
  • info@alms.ca

  • Address
  • PO BOX 4283 , Edmonton , AB T6E 4T3

  • Country
  • CA

  • Biography
  • 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). In October of 2001, the Government of Canada granted ALMS its "Charitable Organization" status. ALMS and its members are active in providing a link to individuals, local communities, educational institutions, governments and industry across Alberta who are interested in lake and watershed management.

  • Nancy
  • Mueller
  • :
  • New York State Federation of Lake Associations, Inc. (NYSFOLA)
  • Phone
  • 800-796-3652

  • Email
  • fola@nysfola.org

  • Address
  • PO Box 84 , LaFayette , NY 13084-0084

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • www.nysfola.org

  • Biography
  • The New York State Federation of Lake Associations (NYSFOLA) is a statewide, volunteer-based organization. It is the umbrella group of local lake associations and anyone interested in issues related to New York's lakes, reservoirs, ponds, streams, rivers and related surface water resources. The Federation membership includes lake associations, lake property owners, environmental organizations, individuals, state and local government agencies. More than 200 lake associations throughout New York State are actively involved in NYSFOLA and our membership is growing annually. NYSFOLA's main office is located in LaFayette, NY with Nancy Mueller as the office manager. The organization is headed by a Board of Directors, who also coordinate the majority of the projects throughout the State. NYSFOLA also has a Scientific Advisory Board that provides members with technical assistance and assists with planning our Annual Conference .

  • Sara
  • Peel
  • :
  • Indiana Lakes Management Society
  • Phone
  • 765-337-9100

  • Email
  • speel@wabashriver.net

  • Address
  • 207 S. Wayne Street , Angola , IN 46703

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.indianalakes.org/

  • Summary
  • 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.

  • Biography
  • 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. Foster and assist in the development of local lake restoration and protection programs in accordance with appropriate management strategies and techniques. Encourage the cooperation and interaction of organizations, agencies, units of government, and individuals concerned with lake and watershed management and protection. Encourage, support and assist in the development of local, state and national programs, policies, and legislation promoting lake and watershed management. Encourage development and enforcement of laws and legislation designed to protect vital water resources and their environments. The ILMS organization produces quarterly newsletters, sponsors conferences, provides a technical assistance network, and encourages collaboration between local lake association leaders and managers to share ideas and techniques.

  • Lauranne
  • Rink
  • :
  • Colorado Lake & Reservoir Management Association
  • Email
  • coloradolrma@gmail.com

  • Address
  • P.O. Box 9504 , Denver , CO 80209

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.clrma.org/

  • Biography
  • 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. It is a statewide organization of individuals, organizations, and lake associations devoted to the protection and preservation of lakes and reservoirs. CLRMA is a recognized affiliate of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS). The primary objectives of CLRMA are to promote understanding and comprehensive management of lakes, reservoirs, and watersheds. Specific objectives include: - Providing a forum for sharing of information and experiences on scientific, administrative, legal and financial aspects of lake, reservoir, and watershed management. - Foster the cooperation and interaction of public and private individuals, agencies, organizations and units of government involved in lake, reservoir, and watershed management. - Assist in the development of local, state and national lake and reservoir programs consistent with appropriate management strategies and techniques.

  • Howard
  • Wandell
  • :
  • Michigan Chapter Of NALMS
  • Phone
  • 517-353-9222

  • Email
  • wandellh@yahoo.com

  • Address
  • PO Box 4812 , East Lansing , MI 48826

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.mcnalms.org/

  • Barbara
  • Wiggins
  • :
  • North Carolina Lake Management Society
  • Phone
  • 828-254-5644

  • Email
  • nclakemanagement@gmail.com

  • Address
  • P.O. Box 18663 , Asheville , NC 28814

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.nclakemanagement.org/

  • Biography
  • 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. We invite you to learn more about how lakes function and how you can become more actively involved in their stewardship. North Carolina is rich in the diversity and quantity of its water resources. Our Mountain streams and Coastal Plain bogs, bay lakes, pocosins, and blackwater streams are unique ecosystems. Situated between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Coast are over 1,800 lakes, 10 acres or larger. Many of these waters are in trouble. A growing population, poorly planned development, exotic plants and animals, and increased demands threaten the quality of our lakes. Problems become evident when our waters become unsightly or are unsafe for drinking, fishing, and swimming. The Society is managed by a membership-approved Board of Directors consisting of a President, President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, and two Members-at-Large. Members participate in one or more standing committees, which make recommendations to the Board.

  • Stephen
  • Wille
  • :
  • Oregon Lakes Association
  • Email
  • SAWille1@gmail.com

  • Address
  • P.O. Box 345 , Portland , OR 97205-0345

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • www.oregonlakes.org

  • Summary
  • 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.

  • Biography
  • Biography: Officially established on September 8, 1990, the Oregon Lakes Association is a registered non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to supporting scientific and educational efforts to understand lakes and reservoirs of the Pacific Northwest. Its statewide membership encompasses a wide cross-section of people including: recreationists, property owners, public agencies, non-profit organizations, local lake and watershed associations, students, professors, and environmental consultants. As a result OLA offers a variety of membership levels specifically suited for your level of involvement and interest. Membership privileges include quarterly issues of our Lake Wise newsletter, discounted conference registrations, professional networking, web listing, complimentary advertisement for new Corporate Members, and most importantly, support for Oregon Lakes. OLA is an affiliate member of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS). We also fund and support a scholarship program for graduate students working on Oregon lakes. Please consider joining the growing community of lake associations, nonprofits, consultants, and students who together create...a voice for quiet waters.