Aquatic Nuisance Control
- Inland Lakes Management
Although aquatic plants are a natural component of every aquatic ecosystem, excessive plant growth can sometimes be a nuisance for riparian property owners and other lake users.>
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Frequently Asked Questions Permitting Requirements Best Management Practices Whole Lake Treatments ANC Program Staff Aquatic Plant Management Information Chemicals used for Treatment of Aquatic Nuisance Plants and/or Algae Swimmer's Itch Information Lake and Wetland Management Resources Mapping Resources
Part 33, Aquatic Nuisance Control of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended Aquatic Nuisance Control Administrative Rules
Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Foundation Bacterial Augmentation Products DNR Inland Lake Maps by County Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program
ANC Form Choice Flow Chart ANC Fee Information Important Notice - ANC MiWaters Database NPDES Pesticide General Permits General Permits and Pre-Approved Lists of Specific Waterbodies Eligible for Certificates of Coverage (COC) Posting Sign Permit Application, Revision, Transfer, and Treatment Report Forms List of Licensed Commercial Pesticide Applicators