As an aquatic ecosystem restoration and maintenance services provider, Clean Lakes offers the most comprehensive lake and pond management solutions to the Midwest through the use of Best Management Practices (BMPs) and Best Available Technologies (BATs). With over 40 years of experience in aquatic plant management, our team offers the most advanced answers as they relate to your aquatic plant management program.
At Clean Lakes, not only do we pore over industry updates and publications but also are always actively in the field working side by side with lake groups, their consultants, DNR staff, US Army Corps of Engineers, Universities, and others to find out exactly how aquatic plant management programs are succeeding and how they can be improved.
We are proud to say that we are the type of contractor constantly searching for the best practices and technologies to put at your disposal. You and your aquatic ecosystem will benefit from all of the research that everyone on our team has done as we sit down and decide together what is going to be the best approach for you and your waterway.
ILMA 31st Annual Conference
February 29 – March 2, 2016
Wyndham Springfield City Centre, IL
36th Annual MAPMS Conference
March 6-9, 2016
Amway Grand Plaza Grand Rapids, MI
28th Annual Indiana Lakes Management Society (ILMS) Conference
Friday, March 11th
Swan Lake Resort 5203, Plymouth LaPorte Trail, Plymouth Indiana
2016 Western Aquatic Plant Management Society (WAPMS) Conference
March 21-23, 2016
San Diego, CA
Amy Kay has over eight years of experience in aquatic plant management including the involvement in Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) control and research projects in California, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Montana and Wisconsin. Amy is a qualified aquatic pesticide applicator in the states of Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin and she received her bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University in 2005.
Tom McNabb has been involved in the development and implementation of aquatic vegetation management programs in thirteen countries since 1974. Tom holds a State of California, Pest Control Advisors License, and a California, Florida, Idaho, Montana and Washington applicators license in the Aquatics, Regulatory, Demonstration and Research, Pesticide Right of Way Categories. Tom attended Michigan State University, Fisheries and Wildlife Department prior to receiving a B.A. in Management from Saint Mary’s College, Moraga, California in 1988.
Tom Moorhouse has over sixteen years of development and private sector experience including program management, technical coordination, monitoring and evaluation, project development, natural resource management, grant management and account management. Tom holds a Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Applicators License in the Aquatics Category, a State of California, Pest Control Advisors License, and qualified applicators licenses in California, Florida, Idaho, Montana and Washington in the Aquatics and Right of Way Categories. Tom received a B.S. from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA in Forestry and Wildlife Management in 1986.