Green Lake And Duck Lake Association

PO Box 23

Interlochen, Mi. 49643

Member Benefits

Key Membership Benefits       

Your membership, support, and participation in the Green and Duck Lakes Association (GLADLA) help support programs and activities vital to the protection, maintenance and continued improvement of Green and Duck Lakes

Click here to download the membership form  or click the "Membership Renewal" button at the top of this page to pay online  via PayPal or VISA. Association members and volunteers work together to maintain a strong organization that focuses on:

Member Activities and Events

A list of all events and activities can be found on the Events Page or click here to visit our Facebook page. The Annual Meeting for election of Board members and officers held in late August at the Interlochen Public Library.

Monitor the Well-being of Green & Duck Lakes

Lake Water Quality Monitoring – To measure bacteria, help monitor and control pollution, and implement best practices to protect the environment and natural resources. Check the clarity of our Lakes with regular Secchi Disc readings.

Invasive Species Monitoring – To operate programs that help to protect the Lakes from infestation by invasive plants and sother exotic invasive organisms.

Information and Education

Distribute Information to Members     To publish and distribute newsletters to members, and to educate and inform the public and township officials about key issues affecting the Lakes area.

Meet with townships and other lake associations sharing best practice processes, and programs while continuing to educate our membership and ourselves

​Educational Courses

Work with Grand Traverse County’s marine patrol, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Department of

Natural Resources, Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program, Michigan State University, Clean Boats Clean Waters to offer educational courses for people of all ages.  Click here to visit our Facebook page for listing of opportunities as they become available.
Water and Boating Safety    To promote water and boating safety, the Association placed a sign at the Boat Launch and will distribute good boating etiquette fliers for boaters and campers.

Swimmers’ Itch  continue to seek out methods of effectively controlling swimmers’ itch.  Swimmer’s Itch Guard

 

Website 

To communicate and to make online operations more convenient for members. To share information about our Lakes;

  • Stay up on lake information.

  • Pay dues or donate online.

  • Post your for sale items, lost and found & rentals.

  • Check the calendar & weather.

  • Refer your renters & guests to the site for lake, boating and local business information. 

Monitor Fiscal and Civic Matters

Monitor Laws;  Monitor existing and proposed township, county and state laws that affect our lakes and the environment.

Work with Village, Township, County and State Government Work cooperatively with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, DNR, MSU, Conservancies and other northern Michigan Lake Associations.

Maintain a strong Association

Promote membership and volunteering     To conduct the ongoing responsibilities for maintaining a strong and effective Association for the Interlochen area.

Finance Activities;  Finance all the activities of the Association and establish reserves to handle emergencies.

To accumulate funds to ensure the preservation and enhancement of the Lakes by means of visionary stewardship of the Lakes watershed.

Membership

You help support, through your annual dues and donations,  the important activities undertaken by the association that will help keep the Green Lake and Duck Lake watershed as pristine as possible for future generations.

Membership dues for the Green Lake and Duck Lake Association for riparian owners are $16 per year. With donations accepted from all parties interested in our lakes environment.