Torch Lake Protection Alliance (TLPA) was established in 1994 to provide a unifying voice for people who regard the preservation of Torch Lake as a top priority, enabling current and future generations to enjoy the responsible use of this geological jewel. Please click on the ABOUT US tab in the menu for more information about our mission.
Taste of Torch 2018
The Taste of Torch was held this year at A-Ga-Ming under the Event tent overlooking Torch Lake. The annual meeting was well attended followed by a buffet catered by Blue Water Bistro & Pizzeria. Leanna Collins from Torch Lake Cafe provided entertainment while members and their guests dined and mingled that evening. We would like to extend our thanks to our three sponsors for the event this year. It was a beautiful evening on Torch.
Our "Look" has changed!
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Other News from around the Lake
Author: Torch Conservation Center -June 2018
Algae occur naturally in Torch Lake and its tributaries. Algae are an important food source for other organisms that live in Torch Lake. Click on the Link below to view the full article.