New Public Noticing System Puts Information into the Hands of all Vermonters
Announcements

New Public Noticing System Puts Information into the Hands of all Vermonters

Once considered out-of-sight, the state’s environmental permitting system just got a massive makeover that’s turning heads. The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) recently launched the Environmental Notice Bulletin (ENB). Now, for the first time ever, there is an online hub that gives anyone the ability to easily track permit applications and add public comments. Permits … Continue reading

World Wetlands Day 2018
Announcements / Science

World Wetlands Day 2018

Wetlands: Nature’s Filter Today is World Wetlands Day, a day to appreciate the value of wetlands. Wetlands make up a small proportion of the Earth’s surface – in Vermont, only about 4 percent of the land surface is comprised of wetlands. Despite this they are disproportionately important. Most Vermont animals use wetlands as habitat and … Continue reading

2018 Aquatic Nuisance Species Grant Available
Announcements / Opportunities

2018 Aquatic Nuisance Species Grant Available

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation Lakes and Ponds Program is pleased to announce the availability of project year 2018 Aquatic Nuisance Control Grant-in-Aid. These grants provide financial assistance to municipalities and agencies of the State for aquatic nuisance species management projects. Funding for the Grant-in-Aid Program comes from a portion of annual revenues from … Continue reading

2018 Watershed Grant Application Deadline – January 15th
Announcements / Opportunities

2018 Watershed Grant Application Deadline – January 15th

The Vermont Watershed Grants Program is now accepting applications for projects that protect and restore the state’s lakes, rivers, and wetlands, including Vermonters’ ability to understand and enjoy these resources. Applications are due no later than Monday, January 15, 2018. Program grants are available to municipalities, local and regional government agencies, sporting clubs, non-profit organizations, and … Continue reading