The Great Lakes Beach Association (GLBA) is a collaboration of more than 1000 local, provincial and state beach managers, working together to improve recreational beach water quality through an informal information-sharing forum. The GLBA seeks to:

  • improve the immediacy and availability of data to beach managers;

  • increase the knowledge and use by beach managers of sanitary survey tools, rapid testing and predictive modeling methods; and

  • enhance collaboration among the beach management community (national, state, local) to make beach monitoring programs more effective and cost-efficient.

News and Events

15th Annual
Great Lakes
Beach Association
Conference Recap

Oct. 28-30, 2015
Traverse City, MI

In conjunction with the 9th Biennial State of Lake Michigan Conference

  © 2014 Great Lakes Beach Association | This work was funded in part by the GLRI
GLBA Contact: Tom Edge, GLBA President, tom.edge@ec.gc.ca.