Vision and Values Key to Successful Lake Planning
The Mississippi Lake Plan (MLP) is a project to identify, protect and restore the natural, physical and social integrity of the Mississippi Lake’s ecosystem.
The lake plan began in 2011, with volunteer members in partnership with Mississippi Lakes Association, Centre for Sustainable Watersheds and Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority and support from the Towns of Carleton Place and Mississippi Mills, and Beckwith and Drummond-North Elmsley Townships.
To date many of the steps have been completed to get the lake plan closer to the implementation stage. Click the following links for MLP updates, reports, and outreach information.
- Read the DRAFT Mississippi Lake Today Report
- Understand the Mississippi Lake Plan (MLP) Process
- Save the date for MLP Workshops (June 21 and Sept. 20, 2014)
- Listen to Lake 88 (Perth) interview with Rob Bell (Mississippi Lake Plan Committee president) and Randy French(lake planning consultant)
- Find the MLP Steering Committee Minutes
- Learn more about lake plans
For more information about lake planning from a conservation authority perspective, contact Alyson Symon.
Thanks to the following organizations for their financial support of the Mississippi Lake Plan.