Big Chetac and Birch Lakes Association

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Volunteer Activities







General Volunteer.

Work on one or more of our activities this summer.  We need your help.

Board Member.

It's that time of year again! We're looking for Board Members to help run the organization.

Committee Member.

We have multiple committees from Fund Raising, Membership, Grant Coordination, Social Activities, etc... we need someone to lead.

Association Member.

Even if you do not have the time to actively participate in the summer activities, please join the organization.

Volunteer with Big Chetac and Birch Lakes Association

Water Temperature Monitoring

Invasive Species Monitoring

Taking Water Samples

CLP Hand-pulling


Social EventPlanning

Fund Raising

Community Education


All levels of help are welcomed!


We need volunteers this summer to help us manage the various initiatives we are implementing.  In this section we will describe each of the initiatives in more detail.  If you are interested in volunteering your time for one or more of these activities, you can indicate that on the membership renewal form or simply call or email anyone from the association board under the contacts tab of this website.  In addition, you can always donate monies beyond your membership fee to help us offset our costs to implement these three grant programs.  You will see a separate line for donations on the membership form.


Volunteers Needed

See what life on the lake is all about. Great fishing, cool breezes, colorful sunsets, sandbar play, ramp access, tubing and water sports. Hop on board!  The Lake Association is a volunteer organization whose sole purpose is to protect and enhance the waters of Big Chetac and Birch Lakes. These lakes are a phenomenal natural resource which bring year round enjoyment to residents and tourists alike. Membership in the organization provides you with a voice for any concerns you may have and provides hands to help. While we take our mission seriously, at the end of the day we simply want to be able to enjoy the lake for many years to come.

Big Chetac and Birch Lakes Association