About MLSA

Michigan Lake Stewardship Associations, Inc. is a non-profit, state-wide organization dedicated to the preservation, protection and wise management of Michigan’s vast treasure of inland lakes. We achieve our mission by supporting riparian associations as well as the collective and individual educational, stewardship and conservation initiatives of our members which include lake associations, concerned citizens, commercial and non-profit businesses as well as our public and private collaborative partners.

Michigan Lake Stewardship Associations, Incorporated (MLSA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation made up of organizations, corporations, associations and individuals who share our goal of preserving and protecting Michigan’s vast heritage of freshwater resources.

The corporation, formerly known as Michigan Lake and Stream Associations,  was created in 1961 and now includes over 300 individual members, and more than 250 lake associations whose aggregate statewide membership exceeds 100,000.

The primary goal of MLSA is to assist lake associations as well as individual riparian property owners in water resource friendly techniques and methods of protecting their investment in waterfront property.

Michigan Lake Stewardship Associations is a collaborative partnership oriented organization that serves as the Program Administrator for the MiCorps Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program and is an active partner in the Michigan Inland Lakes Partnership and the Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership.

Membership in Michigan Lake Stewardship Associations, is open to any individual, lake, or watershed association, organization, or corporation who shares our interest in preserving the high quality of Michigan’s inland lakes for future generations.

For information about our Board of Directors, Officers, staff and committee members, check the Leadership Team page of this web site.

If you would like more information on Michigan Lake Stewardship Associations, please contact: Scott Brown, MLSA Executive Director, at 517-914-1684 or you can send an e-mail to the MLSA electronic mailbox at sbrown@mlswa.org.