NALMS Nonprofit Member Directory

Our Nonprofit members are organizations that work to protect and improve the natural, aesthetic, and recreational qualities of lakes and wetlands for their constituents. NALMS Nonprofit members consist of individual lake associations, homeowner's associations, lake management districts, foundations, volunteer monitoring programs, city water resource divisions, lake and watershed councils and committees among other types of organizations.

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  • Normanoch Assn Inc
  • Phone
  • 973-948-4251

  • Email
  • normanoc@warwick.net

  • Address
  • PO Box 477 , Branchville , NJ 07826-0477

  • Country
  • US

  • Peter K.M.
  • Aku, Ph.D, IPGL. P. Biol.
  • :
  • Alberta Conservation Association
  • Phone
  • 877-969-9091

  • Email
  • peter.aku@ab-conservation.com

  • Address
  • 101, 9 Chippewa Road , Sherwood Park , AB T8A 6J7

  • Country
  • CA

  • Web Site
  • http://ab-conservation.com/go/default/

  • Summary
  • Since our inception as a non-profit in 1997, ACA has directed hundreds of millions of dollars towards thousands of conservation efforts across Alberta, from studies on the largest species to the securement of vast tracts of precious habitat. Every levy dollar from fishing and hunting license sales and every partnership contributes to the conservation of Alberta's natural heritage. Together we are securing the future of fish and wildlife and the habitat they call home while providing Albertans with access to a myriad of sustainable outdoor recreation activities. We love the work we do. It's a reward to call the beauty of Alberta's big backyard our "office," and a privilege to work on behalf of Alberta's hunters, anglers and outdoor recreationists. We encourage you to find out more about our work and the partnerships that make it possible here on our website, in our annual report, or better still, go see for yourself at any of the 700+ Conservation Sites out there for you to explore. Bring the family and spend an afternoon in the peace and wonder of Alberta's wild side. We're confident you'll think it's worth every penny. Our Vision An Alberta with an abundance and diversity of wildlife, fish and their habitats; where future generations continue to use, enjoy and value our rich outdoor heritage. Our Mission ACA conserves, protects and enhances fish and wildlife populations and their habitats for Albertans to enjoy, value and use.

  • Kim
  • Becken
  • :
  • UW Extension Lakes
  • Phone
  • 715-295-8903

  • Email
  • kbecken@uwsp.edu

  • Address
  • 800 Reserve Street , Stevens Point , WI 54481

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www4.uwsp.edu/cnr/uwexlakes/

  • Barbara
  • Beelar
  • :
  • Friends of Deep Creek Lake
  • Phone
  • 301-873-1519

  • Email
  • barbara@friendsofdcl.org

  • Address
  • 779 Chadderton School Rd , Oakland , MD 21550

  • Country
  • US

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

  • Summary
  • Mission Statement promoting stewardship, conservation and restoration in Deep Creek Lake and its watershed Our mission reflects the State management mandate for the lakes “protection of the lake as a natural resource, the preservation of its ecological balance and furtherance of its highest use as a recreational resource...” (COMAR 08.08.01.01)

  • Biography
  • We are a watershed organization reflecting the fact Deep Creek Lake is a component of an evolving watershed-wide eco-system Sustainability of the lake must be based on research, assessment, planning and program implementation using the broader watershed approach. MD Department of Natural Resources Secretary John Griffin articulated the same perspective recently when he urged the County Commissioners to “adopt a broad watershed approach”. Our work relies on volunteers, extensive contributions for our Working Board and an unpaid Director. Friends of Deep Creek Lake is incorporated as a non-profit organization. Our primary source of financial support is from individuals. Business donors have made direct contributions and have been generous with in-kind support as well. We have been successful in receiving various grants to support our work. Grant sources include the Center for Watershed Protection, the Chesapeake Bay Trust, Constellation Energy, Garrett County Civic Club, and Exxon-Mobil.

  • Lorraine
  • Carafa
  • :
  • Deal Lake Commission
  • Phone
  • 732-531-7405

  • Email
  • l.carafa@comcast.net

  • Address
  • c/o Borough of Interlaken , 100 Grassmere Avenue , Interlaken , NJ 07712

  • Country
  • US

  • Catherine
  • Crawford
  • :
  • Voyageurs National Park
  • Phone
  • 218-283-6676

  • Email
  • catherine_crawford@nps.gov

  • Address
  • 360 Highway 11 East , International Falls , MN 56649

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.nps.gov/voya/index.htm

  • Diane
  • Degre
  • :
  • Renaissance Lac Brome
  • Phone
  • 450-242-1850

  • Email
  • info@renaissancelbl.com

  • Address
  • 756 chemin Lakeside, C.P. 2001 , Lac-Brome , QC J0E 1V0

  • Country
  • CA

  • Web Site
  • http://renaissancelbl.com/

  • Jim
  • Grant
  • :
  • Arrowhead Lake Association
  • Phone
  • 909-337-2595

  • Email
  • JGrant@ala-ca.org

  • Address
  • P.O. Box 1119 , 870 N. State Highway 173 , Lake Arrowhead , CA 92352-1119

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.ala-ca.org

  • Reynaldo
  • Gumucio, CLM
  • :
  • City Utilities of Springfield
  • Phone
  • 417-831-8823

  • Email
  • rey.gumucio@cityutilities.net

  • Address
  • 301 E Central , PO Box 551 , Springfield , MO 65801

  • Country
  • US

  • Robert
  • Hoffmann
  • :
  • Property Owners' Association of Deep Creek Lake
  • Phone
  • 301-387-4839

  • Email
  • president@deepcreeklakepoa.com

  • Address
  • P.O. Box 816 , McHenry , MD 21541

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.deepcreeklakepoa.com/index.html

  • Bill
  • Houle
  • :
  • Woodridge Lake Property Owners Association
  • Phone
  • 860-491-3424

  • Email
  • bill.houle@woodridgelake.com

  • Address
  • 260 East Hyerdale Drive , PO BOX 11 , Goshen , CT 06756

  • Country
  • US

  • John
  • Jablonski
  • :
  • Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy, Inc
  • Phone
  • 716-664-2166

  • Email
  • john@chautauquawatershed.org

  • Address
  • 413 N Main St , Jamestown , NY 14701-5007

  • Country
  • US

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

  • Summary
  • The Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization located in Chautauqua County, NY. With a focus on land conservation and watershed education, the CWC has been dedicated to preserving and enhancing the water quality, scenic beauty and ecological health of the lakes, streams and watersheds of the Chautauqua region since 1990. We work with residents, landowners, landscapers, developers, contractors, public officials, governmental entities and other organizations to promote best land management practices and to preserve and restore the waterways and watersheds of the Chautauqua region. To date, we have led efforts resulting in the conservation of more than 731 acres of land across Chautauqua County and 2 miles of shoreline around Chautauqua Lake and its outlet!

  • Andrea
  • Klymko
  • :
  • Rideau Valley Conservation Authority
  • Phone
  • 613-692-3571

  • Email
  • andrea.klymko@rvca.ca

  • Address
  • 3889 Rideau Valley Drive , Box 599 , Manotick , ON K4M 1A5

  • Country
  • CA

  • Web Site
  • http://www.rvca.ca/

  • Mike
  • Koopal
  • :
  • Whitefish Lake Institute
  • Phone
  • 406-862-4327

  • Email
  • mike@whitefishlake.org

  • Address
  • 550 E 1st St. Unit 103 , Whitefish , MT 59937

  • Country
  • US

  • Summary
  • The Whitefish Lake Institute (WLI) is a science and education based 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation led by a volunteer board of directors and assisted by two volunteer committees—the Science Advisory Committee and Citizens' Advisory Committee. WLI is not an advocacy organization—we conduct research and provide scientific data. WLI accomplishes its work through three key program areas, Scientific Research, Education & Outreach, and Community Stewardship. Within these three focus areas, we establish programs appropriate to achieving the goals of our mission. WLI is funded by a broad base of members, research and education grants, special events, and through programmatic partnerships with other organizations and resource agencies. Together, we're investing in our future.

  • Mary Anne
  • Kowalski
  • :
  • Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association
  • Phone
  • 315-593-3761

  • Email
  • slpwa@senecalake.org

  • Address
  • PO Box 247 , Geneva , NY 14456

  • Country
  • US

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

  • Biography
  • Our Mission -Enhance and preserve the quality of Seneca Lake Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association will further its mission through efforts to: -Promote the understanding, preservation and improvement of the water quality, natural habitat and general environmental conditions of Seneca Lake and its watershed; -Sponsor scientific research of the watershed to establish baseline data and monitor changes; -Collect, preserve, publish and disseminate information concerning Seneca Lake and its watershed; -Encourage and support the compliance with laws and regulations; -Collaborate with like-minded organizations; and -Promote patterns of development and technology to further our mission.

  • Dick
  • Labich
  • :
  • Highland Lake Watershed Association
  • Phone
  • 860-379-1941

  • Email
  • popgolfer@aol.com

  • Address
  • PO Box 1022 , Winsted , CT 06098-8022

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.hlwa.org/

  • Paula
  • Lange
  • :
  • Apple Canyon Lake P.O.A.
  • Phone
  • 815-492-2238

  • Email
  • generalmanager@applecanyonlake.org

  • Address
  • 14A157 Canyon Club Rd , Apple River , IL 61001

  • Country
  • US

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

  • Diana
  • Lehmann
  • :
  • KS Dept of Health & Environment - Bureau of Water
  • Phone
  • 785-296-6170

  • Email
  • dlehmann@kdheks.gov

  • Address
  • Watershed Planning, Monitoring, and Assessment Section , 1000 S.W. Jackson , Topeka , KS 66612-1367

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.kdheks.gov/

  • Summary
  • The purpose of the Watershed Planning, Monitoring, and Assessment Section is as follows: ● Implement sections 303(c), 303(d), 303(e), 305(b), and 604(b) of the Clean Water Act. ● Identify and prioritize impaired streams, lakes, and wetlands and develop Total Maximum Daily Loads for high priority waterbodies. ● Develops statewide surface water quality standards. ● Provides information on the chemical, physical, and biological properties of streams, publicly owned lakes and wetlands in Kansas. ● Tracks environmental contaminant levels in fish and other aquatic life and issues fish consumption advisories. ● Monitors water quality conditions in streams and publicly owned lakes and wetlands throughout Kansas and performs special water pollution investigations in cooperation with KDHE district offices and other governmental agencies. ● Perform compliance monitoring at NPDES permitted facilities to determine the status of compliance with discharge permit requirements. ● Maintain and update the Kansas Surface Water register identifying classified streams and lakes along with designated use status and use attainability analysis status. ● Develop the biennial Kansas Integrated Water Quality Assessment Report (305(b) and 303(d))

  • Donna
  • Macalle-Holly
  • :
  • Lake Hopatcong Foundation
  • Phone
  • 973-663-2500

  • Email
  • donna@lakehopatcongfoundation.org

  • Address
  • 25 Wild Way , Lake Hopatcong , NJ 07849

  • Country
  • US

  • Summary
  • Launched in 2012, the Lake Hopatcong Foundation aims to improve and enhance the lake experience and environment. In addition to initiating projects, the foundation provides financial support toward efforts undertaken by other lake organizations. Projects range from invasive species prevention to lake education to improved safety, and more. The simple goal is to improve Lake Hopatcong for the enjoyment of everyone, now and in the years to come. The opportunities and methods to accomplish that are as far-reaching and diverse as the lake itself. The LHF is an IRS-registered 501c3 nonprofit organization, and all donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. MISSION: Lake Hopatcong Foundation was established with a simple mission: To improve Lake Hopatcong for everyone, now and in the years to come.

  • Eric
  • Macbeth
  • :
  • City of Eagan
  • Phone
  • 651-675-5330

  • Email
  • emacbeth@cityofeagan.com

  • Address
  • 3501 Coachman Pt , Eagan , MN 55122-1452

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • www.cityofeagan.com/lakesandwetlands

  • Summary
  • The City of Eagan's Water Resources program seeks to protect and improve natural, aesthetic, and recreational qualities of lakes and wetlands for enjoyment by local and regional residents. About 200 lakes and wetlands an acre or more in size are part of a citywide stormwater drainage system of over 1,250 natural and constructed waterbodies.

  • Biography
  • Eric Macbeth has over 25 years of experience in planning, policy, management, research, and public education of surface water resources. Since 1999, he has managed the City of Eagan’s lakes, stormwater, and wetlands programs. Eric has a master’s degree in water resources from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, where he focused on lakes education and management of lakeshores. Before his Eagan post, he completed PhD coursework in the water resources science program at the University of Minnesota.

  • John
  • McCoy
  • :
  • Columbia Association
  • Phone
  • 410-312-6336

  • Email
  • john.mccoy@columbiaassociation.org

  • Address
  • 9450 Gerwig Ln , Columbia , MD 21046

  • Country
  • US

  • Thomas
  • McGowan
  • :
  • Lake Waramaug Task Force
  • Phone
  • 860-868-0331

  • Email
  • tajmcgowan@yahoo.com

  • Address
  • 19 Sackett Hill Road , Warren , CT 06754

  • Country
  • US

  • Norma
  • O'Brien
  • :
  • Merrymeeting Lake Association
  • Phone
  • 603-496-6303

  • Email
  • normalob@comcast.net

  • Address
  • PO Box 468 , New Durham , NH 03855-0468

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://mmlake.org/

  • Terry
  • Powers
  • :
  • South Tahoe Public Utility District
  • Phone
  • 530-543-6231

  • Email
  • tpowers@stpud.dst.ca.us

  • Address
  • 1275 Meadow Crest Drive , South Lake Tahoe , CA 96150

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • www.stpud.us

  • Biography
  • I am the lab director at the South Tahoe Public Utility District. We recycle our waste water. Formerly we treated wastewater with tertiary treatment and stored the recyled water in Indian Creek Reservoir which was stocked with Rainbow trout. Wastewtater no longer flows into the reservoir, instead water from the West Fork Carson River and Indian Creek fill the reservoir. We do have algae blooms and the state of Calfornia set a Total P TMDL of 0.02 mg/L. We installed a Spece cone to increase the hypolimnetic DO which is suppose to oxidize the phosphorus and keep it from going into solution. It seems to be working. My lab takes monthly samples from different depths of the reservoir and performs profiling (depth, temp, pH, EC and DO) with a HydroLab data sonde. We measure the full suite of nutrients, minerals, Fe, Mn, algae, alkalinity, TDS and bacteria.

  • Carolyn
  • Pullman
  • :
  • MLCA & WAG
  • Phone
  • 908-763-2219

  • Email
  • carolynpullman@hotmail.com

  • Address
  • PO Box 275 , Great Meadows , NJ 07838

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.libertytownship.org/community/mountainlake/info.html

  • Summary
  • The Mountain Lake Community Association and Watershed Advisory Group (MLCA & WAG) is the oldest and largest not for profit environmental organization in Warren County, New Jersey. Founded in 1967, the group now sustains an annual membership of over 130. Vision statement: Clean, safe water, a healthy watershed, and an educated citizenry Mission Statement: To promote the conservation, preservation, and improvement of the Mountain Lake Watershed and to raise the awareness of all those who experience it so they share in the responsibility of helping sustain it.

  • Biography
  • The 3,600 acre Mountain Lake Watershed lies entirely in Liberty Township. It includes Warren County’s largest (122 acres), natural, glacial lake, Mountain Lake. The organization literally grew up around the lake with local property owners forming the backbone of the group. Around 2000, as the watershed movement was beginning to take hold, By Laws were rewritten to reflect that greater perspective. The MLCA was incorporated in 1967, received IRS non profit status in 2004. The group maintains affiliations with the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS), New Jersey Coalition of Lake Associations (NJ COLA), Paulinskill-Pequest Watershed Association and The Ridge and Valley Conservancy.

  • Terry
  • Rees
  • :
  • Federation Of Ontario Cottagers' Associations
  • Phone
  • 705-749-3622

  • Email
  • trees@foca.on.ca

  • Address
  • 159 King St , Suite 201 , Peterborough , ON K9J 2R8

  • Country
  • CA

  • Web Site
  • http://www.foca.on.ca/

  • Paul
  • Robertson
  • :
  • Devils Lake Water Improvement District (DLWID)
  • Phone
  • 541-994-5330

  • Email
  • lake.manager@dlwid.org

  • Address
  • PO Box 974 , Lincoln City , OR 97367

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.dlwid.org/index.html

  • Summary
  • The first water improvement district (ORS 552) of its kind in the State of Oregon, the Devils Lake Water Improvement District has been the conduit for managing Devils Lake since its inception in 1984. As a special taxing district, DLWID receives funding from area property owners to work for the improvement of the many aspects of Devils Lake.

  • Biography
  • Mission & Representation: • Improve and maintain the water quality of Devils Lake. • Improve the environment for fish, wildlife, and humans. • Improve recreational opportunities. • Improve and maintain safe and efficient navigation. • Increase public access to Devils Lake. • Improve the economy of north Lincoln County through the restoration and maintenance of Devils Lake. • Increase public awareness and public education of Devils Lake. Current Goals (Adopted 2013-01-10): 1. Develop and implement a strategy for aquatic vegetation management and control. 2. Forward the septic tank revitalization program by passing a mandatory inspection ordinance. 3. Implement new technology for sewering the lake through the LID process. 4. Increase District’s time spent on the lake to promote communication to stakeholders. 5. Determine and control the sources of E. coli on Thompson Creek and the D River. 6. Promote Devils Lake as a recreational opportunity. 7. Continue efforts to protect and rehabilitate the shoreline vegetation.

  • Todd
  • Sellers
  • :
  • Lake of the Woods Water Sustainability Foundation
  • Phone
  • 866-370-8891

  • Email
  • webreg@Lowwsf.com

  • Address
  • Box 112 , Kenora , ON P9N 3X1

  • Country
  • CA

  • Web Site
  • http://www.lowwsf.com/

  • Summary
  • We're a community of communities united by a shared passion for the future of Lake of the Woods. If you love the Lake of the Woods and share our passion about this majestic lake, please join us. The Lake of the Woods Water Sustainability Foundation emerged from the collective passion of people who wanted to make sure that the water quality of Lake of the Woods is sustained for current and future generations to come. The Foundation was established as a registered charity in 2005 by a broadly based group of stakeholders committed to protecting and restoring the water quality on the Lake of the Woods. Mission The Lake of the Woods Water Sustainability Foundation is dedicated to the understanding, enhancement and protection of the health and sustainability of the water quality of the Lake of the Woods basin. Objectives To develop a water quality sustainability plan that will ensure the long term viability of the Lake of the Woods basin. To encourage and provide financial support for research focused on understanding water quality issues affecting the Lake of the Woods basin. Develop community and government policy support bi-nationally for cooperative action to protect and sustain Lake of the Woods.

  • Charles
  • Walker
  • :
  • Camp and Center Lakes Rehabilitation District
  • Email
  • cclrdtreasurer@wi.rr.com

  • Address
  • PO Box 12 , Camp Lake , WI 53109-0012

  • Country
  • US

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

  • Ethan
  • Whiting
  • :
  • Illinois River Watershed Partnership
  • Phone
  • 479-238-4671

  • Email
  • ethan@irwp.org

  • Address
  • 219 Main Street , Cave Springs , AR 72718

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • http://www.irwp.org/

  • Summary
  • History We are a diverse group of Northwest Arkansas leaders organized an Upper Illinois River Summit in September 2005 with 65 watershed stakeholders committing to personal action and agreeing that public education is the number one priority to improve and protect water quality in the Illinois River. In December 2005, the summit group officially formed the Illinois River Watershed Partnership. The Illinois River Watershed Partnership is a diverse group of men and women who directly affect the water quality of the Illinois River. This group is holding itself accountable by striving to improve the water quality of the Illinois River through personal endeavors and through the education, the encouragement and the positive reinforcement of fellow Illinois River Watershed residents. We are not a politically charged organization, but rather a group that works at the grassroots level with other organizations to seek changes in environmental issues for the betterment of our region. We look beyond the river banks and see the future and how the Illinois River will support our lives into the next centuries. - See more at: http://www.irwp.org/about-irwp/history-and-mission/#sthash.1jeGXOUL.dpuf

  • Biography
  • Vision The Illinois River and its tributaries will be a fully functioning ecosystem, where ecological protection, conservation, and economically productive uses support diverse aquatic and riparian communities, meet all state and federal water quality standards, promote economic sustainability, and provide recreational opportunities. Mission The Illinois River Watershed Partnership works to improve the integrity of the Illinois River through public education and community outreach, water quality monitoring, and the implementation of conservation and restoration practices throughout the watershed. - See more at: http://www.irwp.org/about-irwp/history-and-mission/#sthash.1jeGXOUL.dpuf

  • Scott
  • Williams
  • :
  • Maine Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program
  • Phone
  • 207-783-7733

  • Email
  • vlmp@mainevlmp.org

  • Address
  • 24 Maple Hill Rd , Auburn , ME 04210-8774

  • Country
  • US

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

  • Marie
  • Williams
  • :
  • City Of Delafield, Lake Welfare Committee Chair
  • Phone
  • 262-646-6220

  • Email
  • mwilliams@ci.delafield.wi.us

  • Address
  • 500 Genesee St , Delafield , WI 53018-1817

  • Country
  • US

  • Web Site
  • www.cityofdelafield.com