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Lake Stewardship

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It is important that residents and visitors understand their role in protecting Lac Ste. Anne and the lake ecosystem as a whole. What can seem like an unimportant or minor action by one person can be magnified when repeated by many and can significantly impact the quality of our lake's water, the plants and animals that rely on it and the humans that enjoy it for recreational activities. Learn more about lake stewardship.

Lac Isle & Lac Ste. Anne Water Quality Managment Society (LILSA) is a non profit society committed to promote the protection of Lake Isle and Lake Lac Ste. Anne. Their goal is to improve the quality of the water. The society is run entirely by volunteers. To become a member there is a small annual fee of  $20.00 per family.  The society encourages Village residents to become involved and together work together on improving the quality of the Lakes. LILSA has many different projects aimed to improve the quality of the lake. The information clinics are free of charge to members.  Membership booths will be set up at all LILSA functions. Click link below to be directed to the LILSA webpage for more information.

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