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TLA Membership

WHY JOIN?

As members of the Tomahawk Lake Association (TLA), we work together to protect the lake from Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) like milfoil that muddies our water and endangers wildlife. The TLA is also a terrific way to meet neighbors and make friends at get-togethers over the summer, and the winter, too!

As a waterfront property owner, you’re invited to join us as a member of the association. For a contribution of $270 or more, you’ll receive a TLA dock sign that alerts our milfoil removal dive teams to prioritize your area of the lake. Every gift at any amount helps keep our lake clean and is greatly appreciated.

FOR MEMBERS

Membership has its privileges. As a renewing member, you will receive your annual Dock Sticker for your Dock Sign which helps our milfoil removal dive teams prioritize your area of the lake. Our efforts to fight Aquatic Invasive Species will allow Tomahawk Lake to maintain its designation as an Outstanding Resource Waters (ORW) by the Wisconsin DNR. Only 1% of all Wisconsin’s lakes, rivers, and streams have received this designation.  You’ll also be able to take advantage of the TLA’s Shorelands Stewards program, which provides resources to shoreland property owners to help maintain or implement lake-friendly shoreland management practices.

Membership means community.  We should think of ourselves not only as property owners or even neighbors, but as friends.  The TLA offers a number of events throughout the year that allows us to meet new people and make new friends!  As a current member, you’ll continue to receive our semi-annual newsletter and other mailings throughout the year which describe these opportunities in more detail.

Be sure to go to our Online Member Directory which allows you to connect with your TLA neighbors who share common interests.

If you have any questions about membership or donations, please reach out to our membership committee at membership@tomahawklake.org.

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