Introducing the Vermont Integrated Watershed Information System!
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Introducing the Vermont Integrated Watershed Information System!

Are you interested in the condition of surface waters in your area?  Would you like a one-stop shop to find water data for Vermont?  Welcome to V-IWIS, Vermont’s new Integrated Watershed Information System.  “IWIS” was built to provide users access to all sorts of water chemistry, quality, and biomonitoring data from the Watershed Management Division’s … Continue reading

Gravel parking lots infiltrate stormwater, don’t they?  Part 2 of the Vermont Green Infrastructure Initiative’s guide to stormwater misconceptions
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Gravel parking lots infiltrate stormwater, don’t they? Part 2 of the Vermont Green Infrastructure Initiative’s guide to stormwater misconceptions

Gravel parking lots infiltrate stormwater, don’t they?  Part 2 of the Vermont Green Infrastructure Initiative’s guide to stormwater misconceptions. This is the second post in a series about stormwater misconceptions identified by Green Infrastructure Initiative Roundtable.  We hope that these posts will foster greater understanding and integration of Green Stormwater Infrastructure practices and Low Impact … Continue reading

“Science at the Hatchery” Event Exposes Elementary Students to Fish and Our Natural Resources
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“Science at the Hatchery” Event Exposes Elementary Students to Fish and Our Natural Resources

The annual “Science at the Hatchery” took place on September 16th at the Dwight D. Eisenhower U.S. Fish and Wildlife National Fish Hatchery in Chittenden, Vermont. Approximately 200 students in 5th and 6th grades participated from eight Rutland County elementary schools and engaged in interactive learning sessions on fish and fisheries habitat, water quality, river … Continue reading