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Photo by Carolyn Bates.
Photo by Carolyn Bates.

Latest Updates

After EPA released a final phosphorus Total Maximum Daily Load for Lake Champlain in June, the state of Vermont now has the responsibility for assuring the pollution loads identified can be met.  Read...

The Vermont Journal of Environmental Law dedicated an entire issue to Lake Champlain.  Read...

A new rule to address combined sewer overflows (CSOs) was recently approved in Vermont. Combined sewer systems collect both sewage and stormwater in the same pipe. Read...

LCC volunteer blue-green algae monitors have contributed nearly 1,000 reports of conditions around the lake so far this summer.  Read...

A dead six foot nine inch sturgeon washed ashore in Isle La Motte earlier this month. Read...

A number of beaches were closed in late August due to the presence of bacteria. Beaches in Colchester and Shelburne were closed August 18. Read...

Twelve-year-old Amelia Whalen of Witherbee has some fish story today. She got the catch of her life on Lake Champlain, June 4 in Essex, NY when she landed a 36.5 inch, 29 pound 14 ounce freshwater drum.  Read...

Late August and early September are the peak times for shorebird migration. The diminutive birds are mid-way on their flight from breeding grounds in northern Canada to the Caribbean and points further south.  Read...