Since 1992, the Lake Champlain Basin Program has awarded more than $8 million in local grants and funded more than eighty important research and demonstration projects about the Champlain Basin. The local grants are key to implementing the plan, Opportunities for Action at the grassroots level. Research and demonstration projects provide the sound science that is key to implementing the plan. Additional technical support to communities has been provided through the Watershed Environmental Assistance Program, in cooperation with the US Army Corps of Engineers.
LCBP grants support local projects that benefit the Lake and scientific research that drives resource management in the Basin. View current RFPs.
The LCBP has awarded more than 1,300 local grants since 1992. Search the database to learn about projects that have been funded in the past.