Watersmeet Lakeguards

Invasive Species Control Coalition of Watersmeet, Inc.
a 501(c)(3) corporation

Watersmeet Township, Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Future Generations ISCCW

 OUR VISION

Protecting our lakes for generations to come.

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OUR MISSION

Maintain the pristine nature of our waterways and lands in Watersmeet Township for the benefit of our community residents and the visiting public by ensuring they remain environmentally sound, free of invasive species, and suitable for recreational activities.

Who We Are

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Upcoming Events

DateEventLocationRead More
02/14/2023 10:00 amISCCW Board MeetingWatersmeet Community CenterRead More
03/14/2023 10:00 amISCCW Board MeetingWatersmeet Community CenterRead More
04/11/2023 10:00 amISCCW Board MeetingWatersmeet Community CenterRead More
05/09/2023 01:00 amISCCW Board MeetingWatersmeet Community CenterRead More
06/13/2023 10:00 amISCCW Board MeetingWatersmeet Community CenterRead More
07/11/2023 10:00 amISCCW Board MeetingWatersmeet Community CenterRead More
08/12/2023 02:00 pmISCCW Annual MeetingLocation TBDRead More
08/15/2023 10:00 amISCCW Board MeetingWatersmeet Community CenterRead More
09/12/2023 10:00 amISCCW Board MeetingWatersmeet Community CenterRead More
10/10/2023 10:00 amISCCW Board MeetingWatersmeet Community CenterRead More

MSU Extension Offering Introduction to Lakes Online Course: January 10 – March 1

December 5, 2022

Introduction to Lakes Online is a six-week introductory course specially designed for anyone who wants to learn more about inland lakes including lakefront property owners, lake managers, and lake visitors.  Read More> January 10, 2023 – March 1, 2023 Registration Deadline: January 8, 2023 – 05:00PM

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ISCCW Directors Interviewed on WJFW News Channel 12

October 7, 2022

Jeff Manhardt, Eugene Clark and Denise Fauntleroy were interviewed October 5th on WJFW News Channel 12.   Watch interview here.

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ISCCW Welcomes New Community Educator

September 6, 2022

Please join Watersmeet Lakeguards (ISCCW) as we warmly welcome our new educator, Michelle Kanipes. Michelle’s role as ISCCW community educator aligns perfectly with her background as a professional educator. Michelle served as Principal, Curriculum and Instruction Director, and Athletic Director for the Washington Island School District in Door County, Wisconsin; she was the Principal in Ironwood, Michigan as…

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Zebra Mussels Found on Used Dock – ISCCW to the Rescue

June 1, 2022

ISCCW helped a lakefront owner this week with sanitizing a dock that was purchased second hand. He found that it was infested with zebra mussels. Though the dock had been on dry land for a year, he realized it was unsatisfactory to place it in the water. His time spent getting to know the AIS…

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2021 ISCCW AIS Monitoring/Management Assistance Summary Now Available

April 4, 2022

The 2021 ISCCW AIS Monitoring/Management Assistance Summary report is now published and available for download.

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