Aquatic Invasive Species-Interested Volunteers Consider Early Detection Commitment
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Aquatic Invasive Species-Interested Volunteers Consider Early Detection Commitment

Volunteers from Echo Lake, Lake Memphremagog, Lake Carmi, Waterbury Reservoir, Lake Champlain, Lake Willoughby and Seymour Lake gathered last Friday afternoon to learn about aquatic invasive species at a Volunteer Invasive Patroller, or VIP, workshop offered by the Watershed Management Division’s Lakes and Ponds Management and Protection Program. VIP workshops provide an opportunity to learn … Continue reading

Public Input Sought for Lake Memphremagog Tactical Basin Plan and Phosphorus Total Maximum Daily Load
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Public Input Sought for Lake Memphremagog Tactical Basin Plan and Phosphorus Total Maximum Daily Load

Orleans County Natural Resources Conservation District  and the ANR Watershed Management Division is kicking off the tactical basin planning process for the Lake Memphremagog Tomifobia and Coaticook Basin.  The community is invited to assist with the identification of specific water quality issues and to comment on a preliminary phosphorus cleanup plan or Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) … Continue reading

Friends of the Mad River Examines 25 years of Water Quality Data
Progress / Science

Friends of the Mad River Examines 25 years of Water Quality Data

Since 1985, the Friends of the Mad River (FMR) has, through the collection and analysis of water samples, monitored water quality conditions throughout the Mad River watershed to identify, assess and take action to correct water quality problems. The water quality data gathered from monitoring are perhaps unparalleled in Vermont, especially in terms of the … Continue reading