Lakes Guardians is a non-profit organization dedicated to the
protection of our valuable water resources. It accomplishes
that goal by supporting scholarships, educational programs,
and grant for water quality awareness, testing, and research.
Great Lakes Guardians leverages its support
of the environment by
working with existing education
and advocacy groups to
improve and maintain the
quality of water resources throughout the state of Michigan.
Great Lakes Guardians is also
organized to acquire, preserve, maintain, improve, protect and
hold in perpetuity nature sanctuaries, nature preserves, and
significant natural, agricultural, and scenic land areas that
predominantly contain natural habitat for fish, wildlife and
plants, and for conservation, outdoor recreation by the
general public, scientific study, preservation of biodiversity
and historical sites, the education of general public, and to
advance land stewardship in Michigan now and for future
Great Lakes Guardians was organized
through the efforts of the
former Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner
John P. McCulloch
and interested local citizens.
It raises money to educate
residents of all ages on the
critical relationship between
human activity and the quality
of water resources.