1. Finding the Elusive Volunteer
  2. 39 Years of the CLMP
  3. Diving In: Bear Creek Stream Study
  4. Volunteer Corner:
    Dr. Thomas Tisue

  5. Volunteer Stream Monitoring Grants Awarded for 2012
  6. Focus on the CLMP
  7. MiCorps Updates
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The MiCorps Monitor: Fall 2012
The newsletter of the Michigan Clean Water Corps, Issue 10

Welcome!

Welcome to the Fall 2012 edition of the MiCorps Monitor! As always, this edition is full of updates and information on the activities and individuals of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality's Michigan Clean Water Corps (MiCorps).

Please select an article from the listing below or use the quick links to the left. If you're experiencing trouble with the online format or have questions about the MiCorps Monitor, email the editor, Laura Kaminski, at laurak@glc.org.

Welcome
Some young volunteers helping their neighbors collect aquatic plants from Lake
Margrethe. Photo credit: Paige Filice.

Article 1:
Finding the Elusive Volunteer


Article 2:
39 Years of the Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program


Article 3:
Diving In: A MiCorps Grant Recipientís Account of the Bear Creek Stream Study


Article 4:
Volunteer Corner: Ten Questions with Dr. Thomas Tisue


Article 5:
Volunteer Stream Monitoring Grants Awarded for 2012


Article 6:
Focus on the CLMP


Article 7:
MiCorps Updates


About Us:
Learn more about the MiCorps Monitor


Welcome
Looking east across Torch Lake, Antrim County. Photo credit: Laura Andrews.



Header photo: Glen Lake, MI by Sean McKendall
Webmaster: Laura Andrews
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