MI DNR has stocked over two thousand Musky and 35,000 walleye in Mona Lake. See Water Quality Tab for details!!
We have cleaned hard debris out of the channel. See the Channel tab for more details!!!
The MLIA is a non profit, volunteer organization with the mission to enhance Mona Lake and keep it usable. Routine projects include spraying to control weeds and algae and maintenance of the channel to Lake Michigan. Funding is from voluntary contributions, primarily from lakeshore property owners and local businesses. Staffing is from volunteer citizen / residents. The MLIA works closely with the Mona Lake Watershed Council. The MLIA concentrates on activities within Mona Lake while the Watershed Council concentrates on pollution prevention and remedial efforts of already polluted areas.
Use of funds in 2014 were $62,000 for dredging and spraying, and $1,200 for water testing.
Copyright photo reproduced with permission of Marge Beaver for not-for-profit use of MLIA.
Latest update, April 30, 2015
MLIA would like to thank the following local organizations for their ongoing support:
Babbitts: www.babbittsonline.com Halls Sport Center: www.hallssportcenter.com
Mona Lake Boating Club: http://www.monalakeboatingclub.net Mona Lake Watershed Council: http://cleanwatermuskegon.com