Water Quality Task Force
Our task force activities include collecting samples of Hamlin Lake water for analysis. Water samples as well as stream and tributary flow data are collected to determine nutrient and sediment loading to the lake (Pounds per Day). Sample points are also selected in the upper and lower lakes for additional Total Phosphorus analysis. This data is valuable to us for identifying potential “hot spots” in the lake.
Read about our latest findings here
Fireworks, Water Quality Chair
Below is a summary of the test results we received from Trace Analytical Laboratories in Muskegon, Michigan. They are the laboratory we selected to analyze our collected samples. It is interesting to note that Total Phosphorus concentrations for samples...
Most of you are probably aware that HLPS has been a participant in the Cooperative Lakes Management Programs (CLMP) for almost 20 years. Through this program, volunteers take weekly water samples, dissolved oxygen readings and water transparency and temperature...
At two locations on the Big Sable River a macro invertebrate study was conducted to continue monitoring the health of the river. The study was lead by Joe Maloney.
Hamlin Lake Preservation Society
PO Box 178
Ludington, MI 49431