Photo by Lori Fisher.

Calendar of Events

Want to learn more about Lake Champlain or get involved with efforts around the lake? LCC offers presentations about various aspects of the lake and its management. We also sponsor or participate in various efforts to increase environmental awareness or make a difference for the lake.  Below is a sample of venues and events. To schedule an event in your area please contact LCC at 802-658-1414 or lcc@  

Upcoming Events

Come by for April and May clean-ups in Burlington, Colchester, Montpelier, Plattsburgh, South Burlington, St. Albans, and Williston. If you are interested in organizing a clean-up in your community, Contact LCC and initiate some spring cleaning on your own!
Email us the date of your outing along with photos and some details on what you picked up to be entered into our prize pool and get a set of lake note cards for your efforts.
See below for more information on upcoming pet waste clean-ups!


LCC Cyanobacteria volunteers, Bob and Mary McKearin, monitoring at North Beach. Photo by Lori Fisher.

Help assess Lake Champlain water conditions around the lake. Complete our cyanobacteria monitor form if you're interested in monitoring during the 2017 season or want to attend a training session to learn more about the lake. Share this invite with other lake lovers to help engage more people.

Monitoring will begin mid-June and run through at least Labor Day with as many monitors as possible continuing to collect data until the end of September. Both new and returning monitors need to receive annual training. Participants must have weekly access to the same shoreline location (either public or private) and be able to file online reports. The program provides critical data on where and when blooms are happening and is relied on by citizens as well as health, environmental and recreation agencies. It also adds to understanding on the trigger for blooms so we can reduce their frequency. Data from the monitoring program is regularly uploaded to the Lake Champlain cyanobacteria data tracker map hosted by the Vermont Department of health and accessible to anyone with internet access.

Training sessions are free and open to the public. Presentations will last about an hour and provide background about cyanobacteria, guidance on how to differentiate it from other lake phenomena, instructions for assessing water conditions, and actions to take to reduce blooms. Contact us at lcc@ or (802) 658-1414 if you have questions or would like to help organize a training session for your community.