1. Association promotes and maintains the environmental quality.
2. Association works with federal, state, county and local agencies.
3. Association provides educational resources relating to the protection and quality of the Lakes area and its wildlife.
4. Association aids members to get to know neighbors on the lakes. There are approximately 160 property owners on the 3 lakes.
5. Association maintains quality of lake life by monitoring future lakeshore development.
6. Association is able to link property owners with the right agency to answer questions, resolve problems.
7. Association keeps in mind that Rock’s water becomes Rice’s water, then Buffalo’s water.
8. Association membership includes membership in The Becker County Coalition of Lake Associations as well as membership in Minnesota Waters, which give lake property owners a stronger voice.