Featured Projects

The Ausable River Association (AsRA) is using environmental DNA (eDNA) to detect and map fish in the New York portion of the Basin. The study will produce distribution maps for ... Read More →
The Franklin County Natural Resources District led an effort on behalf of a local landowner to remove the 125-foot-long Johnsons Mill Dam on the Bogue Branch in Bakersfield, Vermont. The ... Read More →
Friends of the Mad River (FMR) continues to expand its Storm Smart program for helping property owners protect roads and waterways. Launched in the Mad River Valley of Vermont in 2018, the program is expanding to the Winooski River watershed in partnership with the ... Read More →
The Lake George Association (LGA) worked with a group of partners to replace an undersized culvert on Foster Brook in Huletts Landing, NY. In recent years, two catastrophic events (tropical ... Read More →
The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM) and faculty from Castleton State University are developing lake-focused lesson plans and working with teachers to develop and provide curriculum instruction using a large-format ... Read More →
Researchers at the University of Vermont have started a new fish surveying program in Lake Champlain to assess changes in fish populations. The study pays particular attention to the impact of growing lake trout populations ... Read More →
The Ausable River Association is studying the use of deicing salt on roads and sidewalks and the amount of salt pollution in waterways in the Lake Placid area. The study ... Read More →
Scientists at the University of Vermont are studying wetlands to find out how much phosphorus they hold in their soils after floods. They are looking specifically at riparian wetlands--those along ... Read More →
Consulting firm Stone Environmental has developed a new tool to help reduce the input of phosphorus from farms into Lake Champlain. Farmers can enter field and management information into the ... Read More →

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