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    Posted on Wednesday, August 16th, 2017  |  Posted in Latest News, Press Releases

    LCBP to Host Clean Water Week Events

    LCBP to Celebrate Clean Water

    Grand Isle, VT – The LCBP will participate in the celebration of Vermont Clean Water Week with four events in the Lake Champlain watershed. As the summer begins to wind down, these events offer opportunities to learn and reflect on the importance of Lake Champlain and other water bodies.

    Governor Phil Scott has proclaimed the week of August 20 – 26 as Vermont Clean Water Week to celebrate Vermont’s waters and the efforts of businesses, organizations, and communities to protect and restore clean water. Many of these groups are hosting their own events throughout the state.

    LCBP-hosted events include:

    State of the Lake Coffee Chat
    Wally’s Place Bagel and Deli, 260 US-2, South Hero, VT, 05486
    Sunday, August 20, 9:00 am – 10:30 am
    Join LCBP Director Eric Howe for a lively discussion on Lake Champlain and pick up a free poster of the Basin!

    Evening Paddle on the Burlington Waterfront
    Community Sailing Center, 234 Penny Ln, Burlington, VT, 05401
    Tuesday, August 22, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
    Join Mike Winslow, author of Lake Champlain: A Natural History and Lake Champlain Basin Program staff for an evening paddle at the Community Sailing Center on the Burlington Waterfront.

    BYO canoe/kayak and PFD, or rent from the Community Sailing Center.
    Rentals are limited; reserve in advance for $20 (non-refundable) by calling the CSC at 802.864.2499. Pre-registration required; email Ryan Mitchell at

    Wetlands Discovery
    Gordon Center House, 54 W Shore Rd, Grand Isle, VT, 05458
    Friday, August 25, 9:00 am – 11:00 am
    Join Colleen Hickey, Education & Outreach Coordinator and Ellen Kujawa, Technical Associate for an educational program on wetlands!

    Lake Champlain Bridge Quest Guide Tour
    Chimney Point Historic Site, 8149, Vermont Rte 17 W, Addision, VT, 05491
    Friday, August 25, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
    Join Jim Brangan, Assistant Director of Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership for a special tour and quest of the Lake Champlain Heritage Area.

    Please visit the LCBP Events Calendar at for more information about these and other LCBP events.

    Learn more and discover other Clean Water Week events at

    For further information, please contact the Lake Champlain Basin Program, 54 West Shore Road, Grand Isle, VT at (802) 372-3213 or (800) 468-5227.


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