The Little Cormorant Lake Association (LCLA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation dedicated to the betterment of Little Cormorant Lake. The LCLA is the voice of and advocate for lakeshore owners. Through programs and projects funded by the contributions of members and friends we can make the Little Cormorant Lake Association even stronger. The LCLA has been involved in projects including lake management, walleye stocking, water quality monitoring and coordinating annual social activities (Spring breakfast, 4th of July boat parade).
The LCLA is a member of the Becker County Coalition of Lake Associations (COLA) and also the Minnesota Lakes and Rivers Advocates (MSRPO). COLA is dedicated to the preservation and protection of Becker County Lakes and Ponds. MSRPO is not only interested in property tax reform, but also the overall health and well being of Minnesota Lakes and Rivers. www.mnlakesandrivers.org
The Little Cormorant Lake Association, through volunteers, lakeshore owners and the Little Cormorant Lake community works to promote lake preservation and reasonable use of the Lake.
Serving as an information resource and advocate for lakeshore owners, the LCLA focuses on areas of lake preservation and protection that are appropriate for the entire lake community.
The LCLA promotes social interaction among members through Association events. By forming lasting relationships with members of the lake community, the LCLA creates a kinship of lakeshore owners involved in the protection of Little Cormorant.