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Boating season kicks off and the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources is ready to meet the challenges posed by aquatic invasive species
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Boating season kicks off and the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources is ready to meet the challenges posed by aquatic invasive species

With summer now unofficially underway, boaters and anglers will be flocking to Vermont lakes and rivers in search of fish, freedom, and fun. There are few better ways to spend a hot New England summer day than paddling through cattails in search of the elusive great blue heron or stalking the shallows at dawn for … Continue reading

River Corridor Plan Highlights Strategies to Improve Water Quality and Flood Resilience in Moretown
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River Corridor Plan Highlights Strategies to Improve Water Quality and Flood Resilience in Moretown

With support from a Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Ecosystem Restoration Grant, the Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (CVRPC) and Bear Creek Environmental, LLC recently completed a Stream Geomorphic Assessment and River Corridor Plan for the Mad River, Jones Brook, and their tributaries. Bear Creek Environmental and CVRPC assessed approximately 11 stream miles within Moretown, … Continue reading

New Training Design for Vermont Public Access Greeter Program’s 17th Year
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New Training Design for Vermont Public Access Greeter Program’s 17th Year

As Memorial Day approaches, anglers and boaters are beginning to converge on many of Vermont’s lakes and ponds, and will continue to enjoy those waters throughout the summer. Soon, individuals dedicated to the protection of Vermont’s aquatic resources will also be found at public boat launches across Vermont, acting as Public Access Greeter Program personnel. … Continue reading