Property Owners Please Note: You MUST provide a road to your property wide and high enough for the passage of fire fighting equipment and sufficiently cleared of snow for Fire Fighters to access your buildings. Wide enough means no less than 12 feet (20 is better) clear of brush, trees and other obstacles. The clear height of the road must be no less than 12 feet. Cleared of snow means plowed to the same 12 foot width. Your insurance policy may not pay you for fire damage if you do not provide this access to your property!
Newsletters - Click here to read the current newsletter (2018 Spring 5/26/18).
CLYC Regatta 2017-Click Here for the Details (7/9/2017)
The 2017 Committee Reports are all posted on the Board Members page. (12/1/17)
Board meetings - The 2nd Saturday of each month (May-October) at 9:00 a.m. at Lutheran Church of the Cross behind Schaefers Foods
Meeting Agendas and Minutes: Click here (Updated November 18, 2017)
Annual Meeting - The CLA Annual Meeting will be held Saturday, August 11, 2018. It is held at Lutheran Church of the Cross, Nisswa, MN. It is located just North of Schaefer's on County Rd. 13.
MEETING NEWS and UPDATE - Click here for 2017 Summary Booklet
Adopt a Highway Clean-up - Click here for details
Hwy 371 MNDOT Construction Project- Click here for updates
2015 Member Surveyresults are in. Click here for a summary.
Who Owns Your Bottom - Click here
History on the Lakes - Click here
Healthy Shorelines - Click here for more information
U of MN Best Shoreline Management Practices- Click here
Building Guide - Click here
Hiking Trails - Click here
CLA Lending Library - Click here
Saving your Septic System
LOW INTEREST LOANS FOR SEPTIC SYSTEMS - Click here
Transporting Docks, Lifts, or Watercraft to the Cullens this Spring?? Click Here for Crow Wing/Cass County DNR approved service providers.
We don't manage resources, we manage human behavior. The resources will take care of themselves just fine. It's the human influence that we interject on the resource that causes the problem.
John Sumption, Assistant Director of Environmental Services, Cass County.
THOUGHT: Changes in water quality are primarily a reflection of what happens on land---around the shoreland and within the lake's watershed.