Support Clean Water on Tainter and Menomin Lakes Through Your Membership!!!
Your membership in the association enhances life on our lakes while helping to protect and preserve our community now and in the future. Membership runs from January 1 – December 31. Become a member of Tainter Menomin Lake Improvement Association, Inc. and contribute to improving our lakes. Help support clean water for the future! Become a member!!
- Platinum Membership $5,000.00 and Above
Includes all benefits below, plus four tickets to the Red Cedar Watershed Annual Conference.
- Gold Membership $1,000.00 – $4,999.00
Includes all benefits below, plus two tickets to the Red Cedar Watershed Annual Conference.
- Silver Membership $500.00 - $999.00
Includes all benefits below, in addition to a TMLIA golf shirt.
- Bronze Membership $100.00 - $499.00
Includes benefits below plus a TMLIA rain gauge.
- Individual/Family Membership $20.00 - $99.00
Includes subscription to Lake Talk Newsletter, invitations and updates on TMLIA events, and voting on TMLIA issues at the annual meeting. In addition, we’ll send you a TMLIA decal sticker as our way of saying “Thank You!”
- Student Membership $10.00
Fees waived if 10 hours of water related community service is completed. Resources can be found at WaterMonitoring.uwex.edu, WisconsinRivers.org, and UW-Stout’s Blue Devil Lake Alliance
TMLIA is a charitable organization exempt from taxation under section 501c(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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News & Events JUN 26th
Women Caring for the Land Workshops
Women Caring for the Land workshops are geared toward women farmers or landowners who are interested in learning more about conservation and networking with other farm women. On August 15, the workshop series comes to our region at Blue Ox Organics, N11253 State Hwy 25, Wheeler.Read More Read ALL
Local News JUL 20th
Storms cause flooding, wind and lightning damage
Winds that swept through the Chippewa Valley on Wednesday caused damage in some areas and flooding in in Trempealeau and Buffalo counties. Several hundred people evacuated their homes early Thursday in Arcadia where heavy rain has sent Turton Cr...Read More