Since the founding of the Green Lake and Duck Lake Association in 1974, our volunteers and members have so generously donated their time, knowledge, and financial resources to carry out the mission of our association and ensure our lakes remain a cherished resource for all to enjoy now and for generations to come.
Area of Service
The geographic area of coverage that is serviced through the Green Lake and Duck Lake Association includes: Green Lake, Duck Lake, the watersheds of the two lakes, the Betsie River headwaters, the portion of the Betsie River downstream to the Grand Traverse County Line, the creeks and streams that flow into Green Lake and Duck Lake and the waterways that connect the two lakes.
What We Do
monitor and work to maintain water quality conducive to enjoyable recreation and sustainability of fish resources
monitor for invasive species and take necessary action steps to control/limit spread
engage in shoreline stewardship initiatives and education for lakeshore protection
support evaluation and measurement of hydrological data to align with best practices
promote conservation of our watershed
advocate to maintain lake quality and environmental integrity in regards to financial and civic affairs
promote water/boating safety awareness
share information regarding swimmer’s itch
distribute updated information/resources to our members
encourage membership growth & volunteer engagement
Board of Directors and their responsibilities
We’d like to thank our members and volunteers for their generous contributions. We couldn’t do it without you! If you are not an active member, we invite you to become familiar with our mission, activities, explore our website, contact us to volunteer, or become a member
Your membership and participation are vital in the protection, maintenance, and improvement of our lakes and preserving associated property values. We thank you for your support!
Regular Membership is available to any person supporting the objectives of the Association provided that person has applied for membership and been accepted as a member as identified in Article III of Association by-laws
An Associate Member is any firm, foundation, corporation, trust association, or other legal entity who supports the goals and mission of the Association, but does not meet the requirements for regular membership as set forth in Article III Section 2 of Association by-laws