Partnering to protect the basin

The Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) is a Congressionally-designated initiative to restore and protect Lake Champlain and its surrounding watershed. We work with partners in New York, Vermont, and Québec to coordinate and fund efforts to address challenges in the areas of phosphorus pollution, toxic substances, biodiversity, aquatic invasive species, and climate change. The LCBP also administers the Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership, which builds appreciation and improves stewardship of the region’s rich cultural resources by interpreting and promoting its history.

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The LCBP works to protect the natural and cultural heritage of the Lake Champlain Basin.

Mission

The LCBP works to protect the natural and cultural heritage of the Lake Champlain Basin. More

The LCBP could not do its work without a dedicated group of partners at all levels.

Partners

The LCBP could not do its work without a dedicated group of partners at all levels. More

Local grants and research projects are key to achieving the goals of the Lake Champlain management plan.
Grants & RFPs

Local grants and research projects are key to achieving the goals of the Lake Champlain management plan. More

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2003 OFA signing

Management Plan

Opportunties for Action guides LCBP’s efforts to protect the Basin’s natural resources. More

The LCBP's work is guided by a Steering Committee and several advisory committees.

Committees

The LCBP’s work is guided by a Steering Committee and several advisory committees. More

All LCBP Committee meetings are open to the public.

Meetings

All LCBP Committee meetings are open to the public. More

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