Updates to Website Coming Soon
How to protect yourself and your Dog: See Facts About Blastomycosis
Cedarville Harbor Project
Help to Insure the Vision is Realized
View Site Schematics & Fund Raising Letter: Harbor Fund Raiser Packet
View Printable Donation Form (control P); Donation Form
Donations can also be made using the Community Foundation website: http://www.lescheneauxcommunityfoundation.org
IJC 2017 Draft Report: Great Lakes Water Quality
The IJC has developed a draft triennial assessment report, informed by a larger staff developed technical appendix that includes fuller analyses, technical information, discussion of relevant science and references. This report and the staff technical appendix report will be revised after consideration of comments received from the public.
The final report will be submitted to the Parties and will also be useful to other levels of government, nonprofit environmental organizations, and all citizens who care about the well-being of the lakes.
To read the Report, use this link to the LCWC Library (it is a large file & may load slowly: http://www.lescheneauxwatershed.org/library/water-levels/158-ijc-2017-draft-report-great-lakes-water-quality/file
To comment on the report, use this the IJC link: http://www.participateijc.org/participateijc-great-lakes-water-quality-online-forum
2016 Aquatic Vegetation Survey Now Available
Located under the LIBRARY Tab within Nuisance Species
Or use this link to the Aquatic Vegetation and Weevil Surveys: http://www.lescheneauxwatershed.org/library/nuisance-species/aquatic-vegetation-and-weevil-surveys
Conducted this year with funding from a GLRI Grant, where LCWC is a Sub-Recipient in Cooperation with Michigan Technological university (MTU)
Saturday, August 12, 2017 Antique Wooden Boat Show and Festival of the Arts.
Come and View Information at the Watershed Council's Booth,
Next to the Launch Ramp.
More information ? http://www.lciboatshow.com/
Les Cheneaux Watershed Council
The Les Cheneaux watershed is considered a subwatershed of the Carp-Pine Watershed located in Michigan’s Eastern Upper Peninsula. Specifically, the Les Cheneaux watershed is located in eastern Mackinac County, with one subwatershed located in south-central Chippewa County
The Les Cheneaux Watershed Council will promote the conservation, education, protection, restoration and sustainability of water-based resources within the Les Cheneaux Watershed.
Come and join us !