Appendix I. LCBP Guiding Principles

These guiding principles are intended to provide a framework for the proper and effective management of the Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) and the Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP). This document includes provisions relating to creation and development of the Program. In addition, this document addresses the roles and responsibilities of the Steering Committee and its Executive Committee, as well as several standing advisory committees, including the Technical, Education & Outreach, Heritage Area Program, and Citizen Advisory Committees. This document also outlines the roles of the Host Entity, the Program Director, and the staff of the Lake Champlain Basin Program and the Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership.

Download the LCBP Guiding Principles for Program Management →


Clean Water

Category# ProjectsFunds AwardedSum Achievements*
Agriculture - Phosphorus reductions23$1,147,468 200+ conservation practices implemented on 150+ farms, reducing runoff from 30,000+ acres; outreach to 900+ farmers; development of training materials, models, and databases to assist with tracking and implementing nutrient reductions
Climate Change1$20,000 7 workshops held for community leaders
Conservation1$375,652 50 acres of wetlands restored and/or conserved
Fish Passage/Native Species8$519,273 3 dams removed; 4 culverts replaced; 100+ road-stream crossings assessed; 30+ miles of streams reconnected
Flooding4$124,344 Community outreach, development of flood response training materials, resiliency work
Habitat Assessment/Forestry3$52,509 Removal of 8,000+ plastic tree tubes, removal of invasive species, erosion control assessments completed
Monitoring16$1,668,066 Annual support of the Long Term Monitoring Program, cyanobacteria monitoring, testing for cyanotoxins in drinking water, stream flow monitoring, lake meteorological data, load data analyzed
Research12$1,023,513 Stormwater best management practices evaluated, land use/land Cover and impervious surface area mapped, innovative phosphorus reduction and treatment approaches evaluated, tile drain research
Riparian/Shoreline Restoration21$665,796 130+ acres planted or stewarded, removal of 12,000+ lbs of invasive plants, education and outreach to municipalities and communities,
Stormwater40$1,564,514 4 stormwater/green stormwater infrastructure master plans produced, 50+ stormwater best management practices installed, 25+ conceptual designs completed, 7 100% designs completed, 60+ stormwater assessments completed, 75,000+ pounds/year of sediment removed, educational materials produced, outreach
Toxins4$103,132 Fish mercury and cyanotoxin concentrations evaluated, antibiotic resistance evaluated, 1 plow truck retrofittted
Wastewater5$506,226 Sanitary sewer mapping for 2 municipalities, development of asset management plans for 13 wastewater treatment plants, purchase of equipment to improve phosphorus removal, conceptual designs produced for wastewater treatment plant and sewer system upgrades
TOTAL PROJECTS138$7,770,493 *Many CW projects cross OFA categories, but the classification here identifies the most-significant focus of each project. Achievements are summarized from projects accomplished between 2017-2021.
Clean Water - LCBP Staff Accomplishments
Scientific reportingStaff conducted analyses and created a technical report on Lake Champlain tributary loading of phosphorus, nitrogen, chloride, and other water quality parameters. Staff authored a peer-reviewed article in the Journal of Contemporary Water Resources and Education that summarizes the development and accomplishments of the Lake Champlain Cyanobacteria Monitoring Program. Staff also authored multiple peer-reviewed manuscripts focused on nutrient management in the Lake Champlain Basin, published in Water Resources Research, Biogeochemistry, and Limnology and Oceanography: Methods.
Communicating science to stakeholdersStaff completed the development of new content and data for the State of the Lake and Ecosystem Indicators Reports in 2018 and 2021. Staff also launched and developed an LCBP Science Blog to communicate the latest science in the Lake Champlain Basin to managers and practitioners.
Binational water quality managementLCBP staff coordinated a binational study with Québec, Vermont, and USEPA colleagues to produce a report summarizing water quality-related efforts in Missisquoi Bay, and to generate a series of recommendations for collaborative work in this basin.
MonitoringStaff worked with state partners to collect critical data for scientific analyses and watershed management as part of the Long-term Water Quality and Biological Monitoring Program. Staff worked to develop upgrades to the Long-term Monitoring Program that will collect high-frequency measurements of key water quality parameters and disseminate results to stakeholders immediately.
Coordination and collaborationStaff coordinated the work of the LCBP Technical Advisory Committee, which interprets scientific information and provides guidance on research and funding priorities for Lake Champlain management. Staff served in leadership positions with numerous professional organizations and committees, including North American Lake Management Society, agricultural tile drain advisory committee, and regional brownfields advisory committee. LCBP staff coordinated the planning and hosting of the Lake Champlain Research Conference, which brought together more than 200 stakeholders for interdisciplinary sessions on lake science and management.
Agricultural water qualityStaff coordinated and managed several projects aimed at improving agricultural water quality, including tile drain monitoring studies, tile drain effluent filter studies, and studies that quantify the benefits of agircultural best management practices. Staff also served on several committees aimed at progressing and promoting agricultural water quality, including the Vermont Agricultural Water Quality Partnership, the VAAFM Tile Drain Advisory Group, and the VAAFM Payment for Ecosystem Services Workgroup.
Data and science qualityStaff coordinated the review and approval of more than 80 new quality assurance project plans (QAPPs) for projects requiring data collection or analysis to ensure consistent, high-quality environmental data.
Water quality management in Missisquoi and St. Albans BaysStaff coordinated the work on several projects to reduce loading and manage water quality in Lake Champlain's shallow bays, including a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project to evaluate alternatives for reducing phosphorus loading in St. Albans Bay, the development of an engineered ecosystem to reduce phosphorus loads into St Albans Bay, a study to determine ways to reduce internal loading to Missisquoi Bay, and a study to quantify the mass balance of phosphorus inputs and outputs for the entire Missisquoi Bay watershed.

Healthy Ecosystems

Category# ProjectsFunds AwardedSum Achievements*
AIS Outreach6$73,614 373+ river user surveys completed, 321+ people engaged at events, 11,000+ visitors educated, 4 outdoor AIS literature boxes installed, 51+ students educated, 5+ trainings held, 1 training video created, 90 tool-kits created
AIS Outreach & Spread Prevention40$596,832 92,160+ visitors greeted, 65,675+ watercrafts inspected, 2,134+ organisms removed, 633+ watercraft decontaminations performed, 6+ trainings, 88+ volunteers educated, 47+ lakes and ponds surveyed, 1 aquatic invasive species plant survey, 1 aquatic plant disposal station installed at boat ramp, 12,200 purple loosetrife beetles released into wetlands, 6+ presentations, 4+ educational outings, 15+ waterbodies surveyed, 1,039+ river user surveys completed, 8+ wader wash stations maintained, 300+ people engaged at events, 2,964+ dispersed cormorants, 43+ field visits monitored, 12+ property owners received technical assistance, 500+ brochures distributed, 10+ wader wash stations maintained, 47+ buckets of Eurasian Watermilfoil , 1 AIS Management Plan created for Lewis Creek
AIS Spread Prevention15$168,658 Mapped infestation of yellow iris and feasibility of removal for four Lake Champlain Tributaries, Mapped European frog-bit and Water chestnut populations in northern Lake Champlain, 6 sites samples for quagga mussels, 20,000+ gallons of Eurasian Watermilfoil removed, 1 hot water watercraft wash station installed, 73 yellow iris clumps treated, 1,272+ Water chestnut rosettes removed
TOTAL PROJECTS61$839,104 *Almost all HE projects cross OFA categories, but the classification here identifies the most-significant focus of each project. Achievements are summarized from projects accomplished between 2017-2021.
Healthy Ecosystems - LCBP Staff Accomplishments
LCBP Boat Launch Stewards40LCBP boat launch stewards inspected nearly 140,000 watercraft from 49 US states and Canadian provinces at public access points on Lake Champlain. Through these inspections, 3,183 aquatic invasive species were removed from watercraft and trailers. Staff also operated two high pressure, hot water decontamination stations at two high traffic launches on the lake.
WRDA Section 542Phase 1 study for AIS barrier on Champlain Canal initiated. LCBP provided $200,000 in local sponsor match for the project.
Binational flood mitigationLCBP staff served in multiple capacities including US Project Manager, Secretariat, and Public Advisory Group membership on the International Joint Commission Lake Champlain-Richelieu River flood mitigation study. LCBP also supported the US outreach work.
National, Regional, and Local engagementStaff participated and served in leadership roles on multiple fish and wildlife and invasive species management committees, including the national Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force, North American Lakes Management Society, Northeast Aquatic Nuisance, Species Panel, New York State Invasive Species Council Advisory Committee, Lake Champlain Fish and Wildlife Management Cooperative, and Fish Technical Advisory Committee.
Dam removalStaff participated in Vermont Dam Task Force meetings and created and coordinated New York Dam Task Force meetings to identify and prioritize removal of dams and to improve aquatic organism passage and ecosystem health.
HydrillaStaff coordinated a multi-state effort to survey for and conduct genetics analyses of hydrilla in the Connecticut River. Hydrilla was intercepted by a boat launch steward inspecting a boat being launched into the lake at South Hero, VT.
Round GobyStaff coordinated a coalition of resource managers to identify approaches and collaborative opportunities and to share information about round goby in the Champlain and Chambly canal systems.
Water ChestnutStaff helped facilitate the renewal of funding agreements to support water chestnut control work in Lake Champlain. Staff participated in and coordinated hand harvesting days in south lake, Saint Albans bay, and Missisquoi Bay.

Thriving Communities

Category# ProjectsFunds AwardedSum Achievements*
Local Heritage19$94,680Students learned about local history and culture and interpreted those lessons through artistic means
Collections16$100,897Museum collections were protected, conserved, inventoried, cataloged, interpreted and displayed
Internship6$30,000Interns learned how to work in the museum field
Interpretive Theme24$122,777Partners showcased and highlighted the three interpretive themes of the CVNHP: Making of Nations, Corridor of Commerce, and Conservation & Community
Special Program7$180,942Special Program Grants focus on each year's chosen interpretive theme, or area of concern, but are bigger in scale
TOTAL CVNHP PROJECTS72$529,296*Almost all CVNHP projects cross OFA categories, but the classification here idetifies the most-significant focus of each project. Achievements are summarized from projects accomplished between 2017-2021.
Organizational Support Grants55$185,990Organizational Support grants provide support for increased organizational capacity and long-term effectiveness of watershed organizations working to implement elements of Opportunities for Action.
2020 COVID Emergency Organizational Support grants14$57,115Grants were made available to support Lake Champlain-focused organizations facing significant financial challenges resulting from Stay Home orders and/or changes to or cancellation of spring work plan(s) as a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic.
TOTAL CVNHP PROJECTS69$243,105*Almost all CVNHP projects cross OFA categories, but the classification here idetifies the most-significant focus of each project. Achievements are summarized from projects accomplished between 2017-2021.
CVNHP Staff Accomplishments
Wayside Exhibits66 New Exhibits were made and 9 were refurbished
PublicationsRevolutionary War Guide; International Year of the Salmon Banners and report; Women's Suffrage Banners
InterpretationFind your Park Initiative, Passport Stamp program, NPS Centenial at ECHO; Lois McClure at the World Cannals Conference, Wild & Scenic Rivers, Cross-border Coordination of the 350th Anniversary of the “Valley of the Forts” Mohican Heritage Trail, The Glass Tour, 250th Anniverary of the American Revolution, Spitfire
Partnership Building Lake Champlain Visitor Center; Regional Stakeholder Groups, Annual International Summit 2017-2021, American Museum of Fly Fishing, Champlain Valley Int'l Wine Trail, Clinton County Historical Assn., LCBP Resource Room at ECHO, Lake Champlain Bikeways,Lake George Historical Assn. and Museum, Pember Museum, Champlain-Adirondack Biosphere Network,

Informed and Involved Public

Category# ProjectsFunds AwardedSum Achievements*
Agricultural Best Management Practices Education4$28,313 1 demonstration plot, 5+ trainings, 2+ media announcements, 1 program developed, 4+ workshops, 6 information videos, 2 field days, 23+ educational events, 1 factsheet, 250+ individuals engaged
Aquatic Invasive Species Education2$13,827 3D models of ecologically similar native and invasive fish species, live animal tank with identification labels, webpage with a live feed of the tank, 2 interpretive panels, 1 factsheet created, 3,000 rosettes of water chestnuts removed
Basin History Education11$96,300 3,615+ individuals engaged, 2 school programs created, 1 county map floor puzzle created, 1 military heritage publication created, 26 events, 3 interpretive panels, 1 display tank, 444+ student participants, 75+ new volunteers
Community Action/Awareness8$121,190 8 fishing trips, 1 community paddle event, 2 workshops, 5+ programs developed, 5+ volunteers trained, 13+ volunteer workdays, 191+ individuals engaged, 6+ internships supported, 20 videos developed, 20+ events, 1 brochure developed, 1 interpretive panel created
Contaminants of Emerging Concern Education2$19,944 2+ workshops, event tabling, fact sheets
Education via media/communications1$10,000 12 short videos, 1 teacher curriculum
Forestry Best Management Practice Education1$7,000 1 training, 2 workshops
Habitat Restoration Education6$54,047 10+ acres of habitat replanted, 70+ student volunteers trained, 40 stream crossing/watershed signs installed, 4 interns supported, 12+ projects installed, 3+ workshops
Publication Development and Dissemination3$96,961 3 exhibits, 150,000 visitors engaged, 1 website redesign
School Outreach Programs6$47,500 223+ student participants, 3+ curricula created, 9+ schools participating, 10+ school and camp programs developed, 2+ student art exhibits, 11 student plays
Septic System Best Management Practices Education2$16,600 1 conference, 1 training, 2 factsheets, 8+ events, 108+ individuals engaged
Summer Youth Programs5$54,617 175+ youth participants, 5+ programs developed
Teacher/Curriculum Development3$18,044 8+ trainings developed
Water Quality Education40$374,848 6+ lesson plans created for teachers, 159+ school programs, 247+ public programs, 84+ media announcements, 1 lecture series, 158+ events, 7+ trainings, 9,651+ individuals engaged, 4+ brochures developed, 54,000+ brochures delivered, 1 youth summer camp program created, 1 stream table lending program developed, 11+ videos developed, 6 informational kiosks installed, 1 survey distributed, 8+ presentations created, 12+ projects implemented, 7+ programs developed, 1 watershed management plan created, 8+ workshops held, 145+ realtors trained
Wetland Education1$7,888 1 training, 14 professionals trained
TOTAL PROJECTS95$967,079 *Almost all IIP projects cross OFA categories, but the classification here identifies the most-significant focus of each project. Achievements are summarized from projects accomplished between 2017-2021.
Informed and Involved Public - LCBP Staff Accomplishments
Resource Room at ECHO Leahy Center for Lake ChamplainLCBP staff, interns, and volunteers provided accurate, informative lake-based messaging and educational material to nearly 115,000 youth and adult visitors at the LCBP Resource Room at the ECHO Leahy Center. Please note: Visitation to the ECHO Leahy Center was reduced between 2020-2021 due to the COVID pandemic.
Online/Social Media OutreachRedesigned LCBP website in 2020, and regularly update information to achieve more than 160,000 visits annually. Organized and published LCBP’s E-Newsletter and CVNHP E-Newsletter quarterly. Generated multi-weekly posts to Facebook to disperse current, local information quickly to the public (averaging more than 4,000 unique user views per month). Updated and published the digital Lake Champlain Basin Atlas in 2018.
Publication Development and DisseminationDesigned and published LCBP’s Lake Champlain State of the Lake Report in 2018 and 2021. Designed, published LCBP’s Annual Report from 2017-2021. Designed many end-user products including interpetive and informational signage, posters, rack cards, and maps that deliver information to the public.
Outreach by E&O StaffDelivered more than 100 watershed and wetland-based, hands-on programs at elementary and middle schools throughout the Basin from 2017-2021. Organized and delivered more than 100 lake-based community presentations throughout the Basin, including the Love the Lake Series and State of the Lake presentations. Delivered over 125 watershed and wetland-based, hands-on programs at field trip locations throughout the Basin. Delivered interactive watershed-based demonstration to 200-300 youth and adults each year at the Ed Weed Fish Culture Station’s Free Fishing Festival. Please note: Many outreach events between 2020-2021 were canceled or reduced in scope due to the COVID pandemic. With our Champlain Basin Education Initiative partners, designed and implemented two 5 credit gradute courses with 22 educators and five teacher workshops on natural and cultural resources for 48 educators.

back to top>>

Appendix III. Lake Champlain Basin Program Conflict of Interest Policy

These Guidelines apply to all operations of the Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) and Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP), including the external review of funding proposals, and to members of the Committees of the LCBP and CVNHP who are involved in reviews or funding decisions. These Guidelines are to be used when developing requests for proposals (RFPs), evaluating proposals, recommending funding awards, and developing budget priorities. Committee members who receive confidential information must take personal responsibility to avoid actual or potential conflicts of interest.

Download the full LCBP Conflict of Interest policy →

back to top>>

Appendix IV. Lake Champlain Basin Program Advisory Committee Members

Steering Committee

(as of March 2022)

Richard Balla*
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 2

William (Breck) Bowden, Ph.D.
Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Melville Coté*
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 1

Maya Dehner
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, NY District

Joe Flynn
Vermont Agency of Transportation

Blake Glover
U.S. Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation Service

Buzz Hoerr*
Chair, Education and Outreach Committee

Neil Kamman*
Chair, Technical Advisory Committee

John Krueger, Ph.D.*
Chair, Heritage Area Program Advisory Committee

Laura Trieschmann
Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development

Brian Steinmuller
New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets

Louise Leblanc
Ministère de l’Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l’Alimentation du Québec

Pierre Leduc*
Chair, Comité consultatif des citoyens du Québec (Québec CAC)

Daniel MacKay
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation

Christina Marts
U.S. National Park Service

Andrew Milliken
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Julie Moore*
Vermont Agency of Natural Resources

Mark Naud*
Chair, Vermont Citizens Advisory Committee

Jean-François Ouellet
Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs

Nathalie Provost*
Ministère de l’Environnement et de la Lutte aux changements climatiques

Vic Putman*
Chair, New York Citizens Advisory Committee

Gilles Rioux
Mayor, Municipalité Stanbridge Station

Anson Tebbetts
Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets

Travis Thomason
U.S. Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation Service

Stephen Hunt
New York Empire State Development

Miro Weinberger
Mayor, City of Burlington

Joseph Zalewski*
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

*  Executive Committee members

New York Citizens Advisory Committee (NY CAC)

Jackie Bowen
Adirondack Council

James C. Dawson, Ph.D.
SUNY Plattsburgh Emeritus

Jane Gregware
NY Farm Bureau

Steve Kramer
Miner Institute

Rick Lauren
Public Representative

Walt Lender
Lake George Association

Tom Metz
Public Representative

Hannah Neilly
Essex County Office of Community Resources

Vic Putman (Chair)
Town of Essex

Charlotte Staats
Adirondack Mountain Club

Bill Wellman
Public Representative

Fred Woodward
Public Representative

Québec Citizens Advisory Committee (QC CAC)

Jean Asnong
Syndicat de l’UPA MRC Brome Missisquoi

Andrej Barwicz
Association pour la protection du lac Parker

Monique Bergeron
Pourvoirie Courchesne

Nathalie Fortin

Louise Hébert

Jacques Landry
MRC Haut Richelieu

David Largy-Nadeau
MRC Memphrémagog

Pierre Leduc (Chair)

Francis Mailloux
Conservation Baie Missisquoi

Ana Maria Martin
Syndicat de l’UPA du Haut-Richelieu

Gilles Rioux
MRC Brome Missisquoi

Caroline Rosetti
MRC Brome Missisquoi

Urbain Swennen
Syndicat de l’UPA MRC Brome Missisquoi

Vermont Citizens Advisory Committee (QC CAC)

Senator Randy Brock

Eric Clifford
Dairy Farmer

Karina Dailey
Environmental Scientist

Rep. Kari Dolan

Wayne Elliot

Lori Fisher
Lake Champlain Committee

Robert Fischer
Water Facility Operator

Senator Chris Bray

Mark Naud (Chair)
Attorney/Business Owner

Rep. Carol Ode

Denise Smith (Vice Chair)
Community Health Manager

Hilary Solomon
Conservation District Manager

Jeff Wennberg
Retired Public Works Commissioner

Heritage Area Partnership Advisory Committee (HAPAC)

Simon Bergeron
Business Owner

Lou Bresee
Lake Champlain Bikeways

Suzie O’Bomsawin
Conseil des Abénakis d’Odanak

Kelly Cerialo, Ph.D.
Paul Smith’s College

Isabelle Charlebois
Tourisme Haut Richelieu

James Connolly
Retired, NYSDEC

John Krueger, Ph.D. (Chair)
Retired, City of Plattsburgh Historian

Jane Lendway
Retired, Vermont State Historic Preservation Officer

Jim Lockridge
Big Heavy World

Suzanne Maye
Essex County Visitors Bureau

Celine Paquette
Samuel de Champlain History Center

Steve Peters
Business Owner

Education & Outreach Advisory Committee (E&O)

Anthoni Barbe
Organisme Bassin Versant Baie Missisquoi

Karen Bates
VT Department of Environmental Conservation, Water Investment Division

Julie Berlinski
NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, Water Quality Division

Buzz Hoerr (Chair)
IGES Corporation. COO

Bruce Lawson
Broadcast & Digital Media

John Little
Educator and watershed group representative

Betsy Lowe
Government relations and community engagement

Amy Overstreet

Kristine Stepenuk, Ph.D.
Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Fenwick “Hap” Wheeler
Information technology management

Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)

William Ardren, Ph.D. (Vice Chair)
US Fish and Wildlife Service

Jennifer Callahan
VT Agency of Transportation

Ryan Cunningham
NY Department of Agriculture

Dennis DeWeese

Ryan Davies
Clinton County Health Department

Laura DiPietro and Ryan Patch
VT Agency of Agriculture

Bryan Dore
USEPA Region 1 (ex-officio non-voting)

Curt Gervich, Ph.D.
SUNY Plattsburgh

Peter Isles, Ph.D.
VT Department of Environmental Conservation

Neil Kamman (Chair)
VT Department of Environmental Conservation

Steve Kramer
Miner Institute

Margaret Murphy, Ph.D.
VT Fish & Wildlife Department

Bridget O’Brien
VT Department of Health

Michele Fafette
USEPA Region 2 (ex-officio non-voting)

Oliver Pierson
VT Department of Environmental Conservation

Andrew Schroth, Ph.D.
University of Vermont

James Shanley, Ph.D.
US Geological Survey

Lauren Townley
NY Department of Environmental Conservation

Daniel Tremblay
QC Ministère de l’Environnement et de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques

Ryan Waldron
NY Department of Environmental Conservation

Leigh Walrath
Adirondack Park Agency

Staff Supporting the Lake Champlain Basin Program

(as of March 2022)

Bryan Dore
Project Officer, USEPA Region 1

Mario Paula and Michele Fafette
Project Officer, USEPA Region 2

Jim Brangan
Cultural Heritage & Recreation Coordinator

Philip Brett
Boat Launch Steward & Data Manager

Mae Kate Campbell
Technical Associate

Sarah Coleman, Ph.D.
VT Lake Champlain Coordinator,
Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation

Katie Darr
CAC and CABN Coordinator

Susan Hagar
Education and Outreach Steward

Colleen Hickey
Education & Outreach Coordinator

Laura Hollowell
LCBP Resource Room Specialist

Eric Howe, Ph.D.
LCBP & CVNHP Director

Kathy Jarvis
Office Manager

Lauren Jenness
Environmental Analyst

Stephanie Larkin
LCBP Resource Room Specialist

Myra Lawyer
New York Department of Environmental Conservation/LCBP-NEIWPCC

Elizabeth Lee
Communications Associate

Ryan Mitchell
Communications Coordinator

Meg Modley Gilbertson
Aquatic Invasive Species Management Coordinator

Cynthia Norman
LCBP Resource Room Specialist

Pete Stangel
Long Term Monitoring Biologist
Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation/LCBP-NEIWPCC

Daniel Tremblay
Quebec Lake Champlain Coordinator,
Ministère de l’Environnement et de la Lutte aux changements climatiques

Matthew Vaughan, Ph.D.
Chief Scientist

Erin Vennie-Vollrath
NY Lake Champlain Coordinator
New York Department of Environmental Conservation/LCBP-NEIWPCC

back to top>>

Appendix V. Memorandums of Understanding related to Lake Champlain Management

back to top>>

Get the latest from Lake Champlain Basin Program