Ours to protect and enjoy

Are you interested in getting involved? Look for an organization near you to learn how you can do your part to support Lake Michigan’s restoration.

Don’t forget to sign the Love Lake Michigan pledge.

Celebrate Lake Michigan Day with Delta Institute on the Lakefront Trail, Date TBD, Chicago

Delta Institute is celebrating Lake Michigan Day on Chicago's lakefront! Come by and share your love of the lake with us. We'll be hanging out with our large #LoveLakeMichigan frames, #LoveLakeMichigan stickers, and some sidewalk chalk. #LakeMichiganDay or #LMDay2016 Stop by during lunch to chat about and enjoy the lake with us! Learn about our campaign at

Celebrate Lake Michigan with the Alliance for the Great Lakes

Get up and get to the beach! Join the Alliance for the Great Lakes and search a Great Lakes beach clean-up near you. Events run year-round.

Celebrate Lake Michigan Day at the Michigan Maritime Celebration (Aug 19-21, 2016), Muskegon, MI

Michigan Maritime Celebration. Join as we celebrate the maritime wonders of Michigan. From great beaches and boating communities, to awesome restaurants, breweries and bars, you won’t want to miss the fun. The Michigan Maritime Celebration is to be held August 19-21, 2016 along the Shores of Muskegon, Michigan. Friday, August 19 Love Lake Michigan Party 6-9pm Featuring: TBD Pick up your Love Lake Michigan Photo Screens and Stickers while they last. Saturday, August 20 Pirate Deck Party 3-5pm 7-10pm TBD Sunday, August 21 3-7pm Sunday Funday Featuring: TBD

West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC)

Teach for the Watershed Mentors needed. The T4W Program volunteers help to engage West Michigan's young people in the sciences, to understand and articulate the value of our water resource. Please email if you’re interested in learning more about this growing school program.

Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council

Dedicated to protecting lakes, streams, wetlands, and groundwater through respected advocacy, innovative education, technically sound water quality monitoring, thorough research and restoration actions.

Keep Greater Milwaukee Beautiful

Uses community improvement programs and environmental education programs to accomplish its goals. Objectives are litter prevention, beautification, waste reduction and education.

Door County Environmental Council

Objectives are protecting natural areas through effective land use measures, including zoning, regulations and private stewardship and maintenance of the basic components of the environment such as clean air, surface water quality, groundwater quality and soil integrity.

The Water Shed Center Grand Traverse Bay

Advocates for clean water in Grand Traverse Bay and acts to protect and preserve the Bay's watershed.

Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council

Grassroots environmental advocacy organization. Preserving the natural environment through citizen action and education.

Beaver Island Association

A nonprofit association that supports environmental and economic sustainability that is dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting Beaver Island.

Benzie Community Water Council

Insuring that the waters of the county and the northwest corner of the state are preserved and protected for the common good of the peoples and ecosystems they serve.

Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy

Protecting significant natural, scenic and farm lands, and advancing stewardship, now and for all future generations.

Leelanau Conservancy

Supports the preservation of the natural beauty, ecological integrity and working farms of the Leelanau Peninsula.

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