Affiliates


 

ILM partners with several organizations to provide comprehensive resources to our clients.


ACTHA–Association of Condominium, Townhouse and Homeowners

ACTHA focuses on community associations – condominiums, townhomes, HOAs and co-ops in Chicago, Cook, Lake, Will, McHenry, Kankakee and other collar counties.

www.actha.org

 

Aquamaster

ILM is a certified repair center authorized dealer of Aquamaster Fountains and Aeration units.

 

The Conservation Foundation

The Conservation Foundation is a non-profit land and river protection organization founded in 1972 with a mission to preserve and restore open space and natural lands, protect rivers and watersheds, and promote stewardship of the environment in DuPage, Kane, Kendall and Will Counties, Illinois.

The Conservation Foundation

 

CAI – Community Associations Institute

For almost 40 years, CAI has been the leader in providing education and resources to the volunteer homeowners who govern community associations and the professionals who support them.

www.caionline.org

 

Georgia Lakes Society

the purpose of this Society is to promote understanding, enjoyment and protection of Georgia’s lakes and their watersheds.

www.Georgialakes.org

 

Kasco

ILM is a certified repair center authorized dealer of Kasco Fountains and Aeration units.

 

The Illinois Landscape Contractors Association (ILCA)

To enhance the professionalism and capabilities of members by providing leadership, education and valued services while promoting environmental awareness within the landscape industry.

www.ilca.net

 

Illinois Lakes Management Association (ILMA)

ILMA’s mission is “To Promote Understanding And Comprehensive Management of Lake And Watershed Ecosystems”

http://www.ilma-lakes.org/

 

Midwest Aquatic Plant Management Society (MAPMS)

MAPMS provides information and assistance required by those who work with the unique ecological, sociological economic and regulatory concerns associated with managing aquatic plants in lake systems affected by exotic species, nutrient pollution, use conflicts and intense recreational demands.

www.mapms.org

 

Midwest Ecological Landscaping Association (MELA)

Midwest Ecological Landscaping Association is a community of landscape designers, contractors, suppliers and nurseries committed to sustainability. It provides resources and educational tips for the environmentally minded.

www.melaweb.org

 

Midwest Invasive Plant Network (MIPN)

Initiated at an Invasive Species Symposium hosted by the Chicago Botanic Garden (CBG) in October 2002 the Midwest Invasive Plant Network’s mission is “to reduce the impact of invasive plant species in the Midwest”.  Purdue University, the Nature Conservancy, the U.S. Forest Service and the Wisconsin DNR have all played major roles in the leadership of this network.   Other partners include the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Iowa DNR, Illinois DNR, Federal Highway Administration, Chicago Botanic Garden, and a number of other state and local groups.

http://mipn.org/

 

Chicago Wilderness

Chicago Wilderness is a regional alliance of organizations working together to restore local nature and improve the quality of life for all who live here, by protecting the lands and waters on which we all depend.

http://www.chicagowilderness.org

 

Conserve Lake County

Liberty Prairie Conservancy is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that preserves open space and restores natural areas in Lake County.

http://www.conservelakecounty.org/

 

Morton Arboretum – Sustainable Landscape Resources for Community Associations Advisory Group (SLRCA)

An advisory group of natural resource professionals, Community Association representatives, residents and property managers.  Brought together under the umbrella of the Morton Arboretum this team is in the process of developing strategies, outreach programs and a comprehensive resource manual to assist homeowners, HOAs and property management companies manage a variety of natural resources within the urban environment.

http://www.mortonarb.org/woodland-restoration/community-associations.html

 

Upper Des Plaines Ecosystem Partnership (UDPREP)

UDPREP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring and protecting the Upper Des Plaines River Watershed through stakeholder education, collaboration, and technical assistance.  This riparian organization brings people together to share ideas and discover partnership opportunities.

www.upperdesplainesriver.org