Shoreline Monitors Program

While this may seem obvious, the first step in controlling milfoil in the lake is to know where it is located. Historically, the location of milfoil beds came from lake residents and visiting fishermen who happened across the mifoil. More recently we have hired professional divers to not only hand harvest milfoil in known locations, but also to spend some of their time searching for new milfoil locations. However, it would be prohibitively expensive to have them do a complete survey of the lake. To address this problem the Brant Lake Shoreline Monitors Program was established in 2011. The lakeshore was divided into 14 approximately mile sections, and trusted volunteers were solicited to be responsible for monitoring each section. This page provides functions to support this activity.


Monitoring Functions



View Shoreline Monitors How-to Guide


View/Print Shoreline Monitors Areas Map


View Reported Locations (Under development)


Question about or problems with these functions? Contact Dave King.