The Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) coordinates and funds efforts that benefit the Lake Champlain Basin’s water quality, fisheries, wetlands, wildlife, recreation, and cultural resources, in partnership with government agencies from New York, Vermont, and Québec, private organizations, local communities, and individuals.

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World Water Day Goes to the Mall

For one seven-year-old, the best part of the 2023 World Water Day Celebration at the Champlain Centre Mall was the free ice cream cone he earned.

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LCBP Launches Science Blog

The LCBP has launched a new science blog to make it easier for partners and stakeholders to learn about LCBP…

March 2023 Casin’ the Basin e-news

LCBP Bids Farewell to Long-time Staff and Partners • LCBP Hiring Boat Launch Stewards • LCBP Works to Engage Disadvantaged…

What’s Being Done

Many people are working to protect and restore Lake Champlain’s water and ecosystems. The LCBP-supported projects featured here are just a sampling of the important work done by partners throughout the Basin.

Mapping Fish Distribution
Dam Removal on the Bogue Branch
Otis Brook Culvert Replacement
Spiny Softshell Turtle Conservation
Aquatic Invasive Species Removal

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