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Inland Lakes & Streams Protection

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Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Inland Lakes & Streams Protection

The Inland Lakes and Streams Program is responsible for the protection of the natural resources and the public trust waters of the inland lakes and streams of the state. The program oversees activities including dredging, filling, constructing or placement of a structure on bottomlands, constructing reconfiguring, or expanding a marina, interfering with the natural flow of water or connecting a ditch or canal to an inland lake or stream.


For information on specific sites contact:

District Permit Staff

For program questions contact:


Eric Calabro

Bethany Matousek