Watersheds United Vermont (WUV) is administering a round of funding under the 2022 Dam Removal Design and Implementation Block Grant program.
WUV will accept woody buffer applications on a rolling basis for plantings for spring and fall 2022.
The Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) is requesting pre-proposals for Artist-in-Residence (AiR) programs in the Lake Champlain Basin in 2023 and 2024.
The news spot highlights interviews with FOVLAP President Pat Suozzi, Vice President Jackie Sprague, and VT DEC Lakes and Ponds Manager Oliver Pierson.
House Committee on Natural Resources, Fish, and Wildlife, April 27, 2022. We are seeing a number of developments that pose threats to our lakes and ponds. A major concern for our lakes is the spread of invasive species.
By Patrick Berry, Commissioner, Department of Fish and Wildlife
For many Vermonters, the shorelines along lakes and ponds are synonymous with ducks and geese flying in low, with shorebirds walking delicately among the grasses, feeding and raising their young, and with schools of hungr […]
Welcome to FOVLAP’s newest blog! Here we share news of how Vermont’s lake and watershed associations translate knowledge into action as we collaborate to protect water quality. Please let us know if you have a story to contribute or you have a shore land problem area you need help […]
Monday, October 29, 2012
Susan Warren from the Lakes and Ponds Section of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources is looking for input from people interested in the health of Vermont lakes and ponds in reference to ACT 138. Please review the following information about the current status o […]