In early 2018, Lake Michigan became the first freshwater lake in the U.S. to receive a lake boat, an experimental model of the kind of floating boating technology that would eventually make its way to the rest of the world.
Department of the Interior had been working on the project since 2011, when the agency bought a series of five boat models from a California company, called the Laughlin-Lakecraft.
The models were all designed to work together, with the company producing a boat that could navigate the lake and float over the lake’s edge, or towing it over to shore.
But it wasn’t until the LCAO bought the company in 2016 that the boat was made available to the public.
In 2017, the agency made public the first Lake Michigan boat, which had been built by the company under a $2 million contract.
Now, it’s launching a second, three-year, $1.3 million, $500,000, $2.5 million program that will give the agency a platform for developing lake boat technology, including an initial commercial testboat that would allow for further testing of the technology, according to a document seen by The Associated Press.
The agency has awarded a $25 million contract to Lakeland Boat and Lakecraft, which is developing the new boat.
The contract is expected to be awarded by early 2018.
Lakeland is using a different boat design for this new program.
It uses the same two-stage engine, and has been working with the U,S.
Army Corps of Engineers to build the boat for the Army.
The Army is also working on a new boat design, with Lakeland working with LCA to build it.
The program will be funded through an $8 million grant from the U.,S. Department