Check out two new pages on the FOVLAP website - Tactical Basin Plan and Aquatic Invasive Species Funding
The January Board meeting summary is now available on our website. Read the minutes and enjoy a fun fact about snow.
Lakes in winter are considered quiet places, with little happening under the ice. Scientists now know there is more going on than we think.
The summary of the November 2022 Board of Directors meeting is now online.
Deicing salts can harm our lakes and ponds. There are ways to reduce the amount of deicing materials we use, staying safe while keeping our waterways clean.
Check out the newest additions to the FOVLAP website.
Migration happens all around us each and every year. It's an awesome thing! Let's catch up on migration science with three Vermont migrators.
I just realized that I missed an important group in my recent posts about our algae neighbors - the Ochrophytes (formerly called Chrysophytes).
This time of year my thoughts often turn to turtles on Lake Champlain.
We’ve completed our visits with lake phytoplankton and are ready to begin with a new group – the zooplankton.