The LCBP consists of approximately 15 permanent staff members who work at our office in Grand Isle, Vermont and at the Resource Room at ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain on the Burlington, Vermont waterfront. But we are much more than our staff. The LCBP’s work is informed by dozens of scientists and resource managers who lend their expertise while serving on our advisory committees and by countless other partners who work to prevent pollution and protect, restore, enhance, and enjoy the water quality of the Lake Champlain Basin.
LCBP staff in the Grand Isle office work in the Technical, Education and Outreach, and CVNHP and Recreation offices. Staff in the LCBP Resource Room at ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain provide education and interpretation of natural and cultural history. More
The LCBP’s work is informed and guided by scientists across a broad range of disciplines. Their expertise is critical to informing sound management decisions for the Basin’s resources. They people bring extensive experience to the LCBP’s Committees and partnerships. More
The LCBP works with a diverse and dedicated group of partners – including federal, state, and provincial agencies, watershed groups, recreation organizations, and local citizens – to prevent pollution and protect, restore, and enhance water quality. More
The LCBP offers a range of employment opportunities, from part-time internships to seasonal positions to the occasional full-time staff position. Positions will be posted here and on our social media channels. More