A northern Michigan watershed council is looking for volunteers to monitor water quality in lakes across the top of the Lower Peninsula, according to a northern Michigan ABC broadcaster.
The Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council is seeking volunteers to monitor lakes in Michigan’s Emmet, Charlevoix, Antrim and Cheboygan counties.
Volunteers will contribute to a database used to aid lake management for 25 lakes at the top of Michigan’s mitten-shaped Lower Peninsula.
Volunteers for the project must monitor their assigned lake once a week. A boat is required for data collection.
Image: Little Traverse Bay is among the water bodies in need of volunteer monitors (Credit: bagaball, via Flickr)