Announcements / Science

Brown Bag Lecture Series Continues: Reducing Phosphorus Pollution from Rivers

Speaker: Staci Pomeroy, DEC
Thursday, April 27, 2017
11:00 AM – Noon
National Life Main Building – Winooski Room, M240

In Vermont, river instability contributes the second largest phosphorus load, just over 20%, to Lake Champlain. Learn how projects to protect and restore river corridors in the Lake Champlain Basin are helping to reduce this phosphorus load, and improve flood resiliency, from Staci Pomeroy, Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation River Scientist.

For more information and to RSVP (if attending in person), email or call Bethany Sargent at (802) 490-6131. To participate remotely, visit:

trout river

The Trout River in Montgomery is a tributary of the Missisquoi River and the site of the first Natural Channel River Restoration and Corridor Protection project.