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 Federation of Vermont Lakes and Ponds is happy to announce a Mini-Webinar (via Zoom): Overview of the Lake Wise Program which will take place on February 21st, 2023 from 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM.
This bill proposes to clarify how indirect discharges of wastewater in the State are permitted, including compliance with the Vermont Water Quality Standards and the Agency of Natural Resources' pending Antidegradation Implementation Rule.
This bill proposes to allow the municipality or municipalities surrounding an oligotrophic lake to prohibit the use of wake boats.
This bill would require the Commissioner of Fish and Wildlife to issue the Aquatic Nuisance Prevention Pass to operate vessels in the waters of the State.
This bill proposes to establish a moratorium on the issuance of an aquatic nuisance control permit by the Secretary of Natural Resources.
This bill proposes to establish as State policy that wetlands shall be regulated and managed by the State to produce a net gain of wetlands acreage.
The Federation of Vermont Lakes and Ponds is happy to release our Fall 2022 / Winter 2023 newsletter, issue #32.
The VT DEC has scheduled a public meeting for Wednesday, February 15, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM to discuss draft wake boat rules.
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