AICLA is an organization dedicated to the understanding and development of initiatives for the management and preservation of Cedar Lake for member enjoyment and area conservation.
We will diligently work to improve our communication to membership, actively promote the positive aspects of ownership on Cedar Lake and be proactive in engaging community organizations towards the betterment of our resources for Cedar Lake living.
The Alcona-Iosco Cedar Lake Association (AICLA), was founded in 1992, is an all-volunteer property owner’s organization incorporated under the laws of the State of Michigan that qualifies as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Our Members are dedicated to the continuous improvement of Cedar Lake and the surrounding environment. Membership is open to all Cedar Lake riparian property owners in both Oscoda and Greenbush Townships, and any individual or private organization that is interested in supporting the protection and improvement of Cedar Lake and its watershed.
The purpose of the AICLA is to actively promote the stewardship of Cedar Lake and its watershed. We do this through individual and group partnerships to support the Cedar Lake Watershed Management Plan, involvement with the Cedar Lake Improvement Board (CLIB), and support of related stewardship projects.
The CLIB is actively involved in the execution of the Cedar Lake Watershed Management Plan. Our Association initiated and led the development of the Plan, and the document is the guiding blueprint for future improvements to the lake.
Cedar Lake is located North of Oscoda and lies only a half a mile from Lake Huron. It averages 5’ in depth and is 5.9 miles long and .2 miles wide.