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Intermediate Lake Association


Our Mission:   
"Ours to protect"


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Bylaws adopted July 8, 2017.

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The Intermediate Lake levels mandated by circuit court order are 7.15 feet in summer and 6.54 feet in winter.  In 2014 the level reached as high as 8.9 feet, causing flooding for some residents.  For details on meeting the mandated levels, and the difficulties when nature doesn't cooperate, go to the Drain Commissioner's website.


To view a graph of the USGS measurements of Intermediate Lake levels as taken by the sensor at the Central Lake bridge, click the thumbnail.


Volunteers from Northern Michigan conservation and lake associations are installing fish shelters in Antrim County lakes.  Click on the thumbnail map at the right to display the Google map with locations of the shelters that have been placed in Intermediate Lake. Latitudes and longitudes are given for input to GPS receivers.




Loon Information: Peg Comfort provided the following information on loons at the August 4, 2012 meeting:



Meeting Schedule: Our meetings are held at the Central Lake Governmental Center located at 1622 North M-88, south of the Village of Central Lake. All area residents and guests who are interested in the conservation of Intermediate Lake are invited to attend. If you wish to be put on the email notification list, please send your request to email@intermediatelake.org.  Click to view the meeting minutes for the past couple of summers.

Click here to monitor the water level of Intermediate Lake as measured at the Central Lake bridge.


Click on the thumbnail pictures to see nesting 2010 Intermediate Lake loons.

      


Click on these thumbnail pictures to see some 2009 Intermediate Lake loons.

      

The USGS has an interesting FAQ page on loons.

Click on the thumbnail below to see a photo of two of our south Intermediate Lake eagles.




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