Featured Projects

This spring, the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP) was hosted in our region for the first time. Lake Champlain Sea Grant facilitated the program, which provides workers with the ... Read More →
During the summer of 2023, the Fort Ticonderoga Association hired a Maritime Trades Intern who developed skills in sail making, rigging, and boat building. Funding was provided through the Champlain ... Read More →
In November 2023, Mount Pinnacle Land Trust (MPLT)—an affiliate member of Appalachian Corridor—acquired 166 acres of woodland, including 59 acres of wetlands, to be protected in perpetuity. The newly protected ... Read More →
In December 2023, Lake St. Catherine Association in collaboration with the Poultney Mettowee Natural Resources Conservation District (PMNRDC) concluded their fourth season of facilitating Lake Wise on Lake St. Catherine. ... Read More →
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM) is continuing to remove barriers to access, an initiative begun in 2021. With the support of LCBP funding, the Museum will continue to offer free ... Read More →
An assessment released in January is the first of its kind to use consistent methodology on both sides of the US-Canada border, charting a coordinated path to improved water quality. ... Read More →
With guidance and support from the South Hero community, Grand Isle County NRCD undertook a planning project aimed at recuing phosphorus and sediment input to Keeler Bay, a popular area ... Read More →
Lake Eden is a relatively small lake with depths of up to 40 feet. Eurasian Watermilfoil, a prolific invasive species widespread in Lake Champlain, was first detected in Lake Eden ... Read More →
Lewis Creek Association (in cooperation with the Lyman Meadows Condominium Association) created a concept design for stormwater treatment in the Lyman Meadows Condominiums in Hinesburg, Vermont, and made recommendations regarding ... Read More →
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department (VTFWD) is relocating Lamoille River mudpuppies from below the Peterson dam to upstream of the Arrowhead Dam. Biologists hope to create a “refugium” where ... Read More →

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