Research, Education and Collaboration

Making the lakes in Kosciusko County clean, healthy, safe and beautiful.

    • Allen Lake
    • B4 Pond
    • The Backwaters
    • Barrel & A Half Lake
    • Banning Lake
    • Bass Pond
    • Beaver Dam Lake
    • Beigh Lake
    • Big Barbee Lake
    • Big Chapman Lake
    • Black Lake
    • Black Pond
    • Boner Lake
    • Caldwell Lake
    • Camelot Lake
    • Carr Lake
    • Center Lake
    • Crystal Lake
    • Dewart Lake
    • Diamond Lake
    • Durham Lake
    • Fish Lake
    • Grindle Lake
    • Goose Lake
    • Goose Pond
    • Goldeneye Pond
    • Greider Lake
    • Hammond Lake
    • Heckman Lake
    • Heron Lake
    • Heron Pond
    • Hidden Lake
    • Hill Lake
    • Hoffman Lake
    • Horseshoe Lake
    • Irish Lake
    • Jamison Lake
    • James Lake
    • Lake John
    • Kiser Lake
    • Kuhn Lake
    • Laspew (Larrew) Lake
    • Little Pike Lake
    • Little Chapman Lake
    • Little Carr (Read) Lake
    • Little Barbee Lake
    • Lost (Pisces) Lake
    • Loon Pond
    • Loon Lake
    • Long Lake
    • Mallard Pond
    • McPherson Lake
    • McClure’s Lake
    • Muskellunge Lake
    • Moorehead Lake
    • North Little Lake
    • Oswego Lake
    • Papakeechie Lake
    • Palestine Lake
    • Pierceton Lake
    • Pike Lake
    • Pisgah Lake
    • Price Lake
    • Rail Pond
    • Reed Lake
    • Ridinger Lake
    • Robinson Lake
    • Rock Lake
    • Rothenberger Lake
    • Sawmill Lake
    • Schultz Lake
    • Sechrist Lake
    • Sellers Lake
    • Sharon Lake
    • Sheely Lake
    • Sherburn Lake
    • Shock Lake
    • Shoe Lake
    • Sickle Lake
    • Silver Lake
    • Snoke Lake
    • South Little Lake
    • Spear Lake
    • Stafford Lake
    • Stanton Lake
    • Stevens Lake
    • Syracuse Lake
    • Tennant Lake
    • Tibbitts Lake
    • Lake Tippecanoe
    • Waubee Lake
    • Lake Wawasee
    • Webster Lake
    • Winona Lake
    • Wyland Lake (SW)
    • Wyland Lake (NE)
    • Yellow Creek Lake

    Connecting people

    Your Lake, Your Story

    While ongoing research is invaluable to the health of the water, the lakes are truly about the people who live around them. You might know the families in these five books; you might be about to make new friends. Either way, our hope is that you identify with their stories and learn something new about Winona, Wawasee, Syracuse, and the Tippecanoe and Chapman chains (both their pasts and presents) along the way.

    Learning Just Got Easier

    Field Notes

    July 29, 2021

    Top 8 questions about local lakes

    July 14, 2021

    The 4 tiers of a lake ecosystem

    Explore the depths of local lakes from the comfort of your home: blue green algae, fish habitats and more.