52 results for tag: Lakes Appreciation Month


Love Your Lake 2024

Join the Pennsylvania Lake Management Society for the Fourth Annual Love Your Lake Event. Celebrate lakes with PALMS, the staff of Blue Marsh Lake, Aqua Om Paddle, Berks Nature, Penn State Extension Master Watershed Stewards, Berks County Conservation District, and Tulpehocken Creek Watershed Association as we celebrate our Lakes and enjoy a sunset paddle and full moon! Join us from 5-8pm for kayak and paddle board races! Or visit the educational tables along the shore to learn how to keep yourself and our lakes safe and then hit the water for a full moon paddle 8-10 pm. This is a great opportunity to paddle the lake at the Dry Brooks Day Use Area.

The Hellbender Tapping Party

Join the Metazoa Brewing Company on July 13 from 1-3 p.m. for their newest taproom can release, The Hellbender, brewed in collaboration with the Indiana Lakes Management Society! Hidden beneath large rocks in cool flowing streams lives a giant two-foot aquatic salamander, the Eastern Hellbender. Threats to their habitat and poor water quality lead to Hellbender declines in Indiana, but the Help the Hellbender team is leading conservation efforts to restore Hellbender populations and water quality. Thank you for partaking and becoming a part of the Hellbender’s comeback story. Please conserve responsibly.

CLRMA Day at the Lake

It’s FREE but please Let us know that you are coming! Register for a Day at the Lake (Free): Standley Lake (July 18th) 1 pm onwards Direction - North Standley Lake Open Space Park, 11501 W 100th Ave, Westminster, CO 80021 Follow the main road down straight towards the water, then turn right, and head all the way down to the roundabout; you will see the tent there. Gate Staff will also be able to give directions that day as well. Mention you are there for the CLRMA event and gate staff will know what to do! Vendors can use the same registration link or reach out to coloradolrma@gmail.com Be sure to bring your sunglasses, hats and sunscre...

2024 NALMS Summer Member Raffle

We are excited to share that NALMS is offering a summer membership raffle for both new and renewing members! Any individual who renews or joins during the months of June - August 2024 will automatically be entered into our summer raffle! Win the product of your choice from our online merch store OR have your membership renewed for one additional year! Three winners will be selected and contacted on September 3, 2024.  We also would like to invite you to celebrate Lakes Appreciation Month, which is coming up in July! We use this time to highlight the importance of lakes, reservoirs, and all freshwater resources, along with the issues they ...

Lakes Appreciation Poster Contest Entries Due

July has been Lakes Appreciation Month for the past 26 years. This spring, we are inviting elementary, middle, and high school students to submit posters reflecting on how important lakes are to all of us. Submitted artwork will be a big part of NALMS’ celebrations through July across North America. Show us your love for lakes by sending us your artwork! Poster submission deadline is Friday, June 14th. Please send submissions to lakesappreciation@nalms.org along with an entry form. Full details are available at the contest webpage.

Love Your Lake 2023

Join us and our partners to celebrate Lake Appreciation Month at the Love Your Lake 2023! Enjoy an evening dedicated to lake appreciation with a variety of educational and recreational activities. Activities include information about water safety, watersheds, HABs, water quality, and an evening float! 5PM-8PM Educational Activities & Paddle Board Demonstrations* 8PM-10PM Evening Paddle/Float - Bring your own kayak/canoe/paddle board to join us for this activity. #PAlakes #LoveYourLake2021 *Special Note- Paddleboard demonstrations & rentals are required to pre-register before the event.*

NALMS Summer Member Raffle

We are excited to share that NALMS is offering a summer membership raffle for both new and renewing members! Any individual who renews or joins during the months of June and July 2023 will automatically be entered into our summer raffle! Win the product of your choice from our online merch store OR have your membership renewed for one additional year! Three winners will be selected and contacted on August 1, 2023.   We also would like to invite you to celebrate the 25th year of Lakes Appreciation Month, which is coming up in July! We use this time to highlight the importance of lakes, reservoirs, and all freshwater resources, along with ...

Libraries Love Lakes Info Session

July is Lakes Appreciation Month! Join us Thursday, March 23rd from noon – 1 pm (Eastern Time) for a free, virtual information session to learn about our exciting Libraries Love Lakes initiative, an outreach project pairing libraries with lake scientists to provide collaborative programming emphasizing the importance of lakes in our everyday lives. The librarieslovelakes.org website is a toolkit of online resources for community members and library professionals to plan and host lake-focused outreach events (virtual or in person!) for kids and library patrons during the July Lakes Appreciation Month. During the Info Session, we’ll share ...

Beaver Island Lake Ecology Workshop

Learn about the ecology and conservation of Beaver Island’s lakes during this hands-on program. The program will focus on three topics: Shoreline habitat Learn about the value of healthy shorelines and how to protect them. Invasive species Learn to identify aquatic invasive species and how to prevent their introduction. Volunteer monitoring Learn about Michigan’s volunteer lake monitoring program and how to get involved. Presented by Erick Elgin and Dr. Jo Latimore of Michigan State University Extension. This workshop is free of charge and lunch will be provided. Those interested can meet after the ...

Celebrate Lake Appreciation Month with OLA

Join us on July 16 at Cinder beach Day-Use Area to celebrate sockeye salmon reintroduction to the upper Deschutes River Basin and Suttle Lake, meet with US Forest Service personnel and other OLA members. Join an open-lake swim, check out on-going monitoring at Suttle Lake and enjoy the scenery.