Brown Bag Lecture: How Wetland Protection and Restoration Contribute to Clean Water
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Brown Bag Lecture: How Wetland Protection and Restoration Contribute to Clean Water

Thursday, May 11, 2017 11:00 AM – Noon National Life Main Building – Winooski Room, M240 Vermont wetlands provide a multitude of functions including wildlife habitat, recreation, and water quality protection. Learn from Julie Follensbee, DEC Wetland Ecologist, about how wetlands can reduce phosphorus and sediment load to Lake Champlain and to identify sites for … Continue reading

Brown Bag Lecture Series Continues: Reducing Phosphorus Pollution from Rivers
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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 … Continue reading

Outreach Session on Proposed Lake Memphremagog Phosphorus TMDL November 15
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Outreach Session on Proposed Lake Memphremagog Phosphorus TMDL November 15

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation is seeking input on proposed phosphorus cleanup plan for Lake Memphremagog that will be the basis of a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL).  This meeting will be held on Tuesday November 15th from 2:00 to 3:30 at the East Side Restaurant 47 Landing St in Newport. Phosphorus levels in … Continue reading

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Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission Brings Clean Water Outreach and Support to its Region’s Municipalities

Starting in 2015, the Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (CVRPC), in partnership with the Watershed Management Division, provided its region’s twenty-three municipalities with targeted outreach and support in order to help them understand Vermont’s new Clean Water Act, and how they could prepare for the Lake Chaplain TMDL. We accomplished this by: Collaborating with the … 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