Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission Conducts Class 4 Road Erosion Remediation and Demonstration Project
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Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission Conducts Class 4 Road Erosion Remediation and Demonstration Project

In an effort to demonstrate the importance of municipalities addressing significant erosion sources from Class 4 roads, the Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (CVRPC) conducted a remediation and demonstration project in the Towns of Calais, Moretown, and Worcester. The project was funded by a grant from the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), the Lake Champlain … Continue reading

July is Lakes Appreciation Month!
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July is Lakes Appreciation Month!

Did you know that Governor Scott declared July 2018 to be Lakes Appreciation Month? In celebration, the Watershed Management Division invites all Vermonters to join us in continuing to explore the theme of “Healthy Watersheds, Healthy Lakes” celebrating what’s right with our lakes and their watersheds. Below we provide a preview of information we will … Continue reading

Underhill Stormwater Master Plan Identifies Priority Clean Water Projects
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Underhill Stormwater Master Plan Identifies Priority Clean Water Projects

The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) and the Town of Underhill are pleased to announce the completion of the Underhill Stormwater Master Plan. The plan identifies five priority sites for projects that will maximize water quality benefits in local streams.  With detailed conceptual designs and cost estimates completed, the town is well prepared to … 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