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The Platte Lake Improvement Association (PLIA) is a Michigan non-profit organization founded and operated for the express purpose of restoring, protecting and preserving Platte Lake, one of Michigan's finest natural resources.
The PLIA is a voluntary, membership organization of lakeshore residents and property owners as well as others interested in the welfare of Platte Lake. It is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, scientific, and testing for public safety purposes, consistent with Section 501 (c) (3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended to-date.
Since the PLIA's formation in 1978, it has grown in size from a small number of lakeshore residents to over 250 active members. The PLIA's efforts are directly responsible for the significant improvement in Platte Lake water quality observable today, and the association is actively engaged in a wide variety of lake, river and watershed initiatives designed to insure the long-term health of Platte Lake.
The PLIA is self-funded, supported by membership dues and contributions from members and other interested parties. Contributions to the PLIA are welcomed, and are tax-deductible*!
The links to the left of this page will guide you to more detailed information about the PLIA, its history and its activities, as well as to lake-related info and data and how to contact and support the PLIA.