The Vermont Housing and Conservation Board is offering grants as large as $40,000 to farmers for projects that help protect water quality.
This summer, the Vermont Lakes and Ponds Program is seeking volunteers to help monitor and collect information about lakes and ponds in the state.
There’s too much phosphorus in Lake Champlain, and it’s past time to do something about it.
Lewis Creek Association (LCA) and landowners have partnered to plan to improve water quality and reduce flooding risk in the Hollow Brook area near Lazy Brook Mobile Home Park on Hollow Road in Starksboro.
MONTPELIER – The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) invites Vermonters to attend the upcoming Clean Water series focused on water quality. The series highlights efforts to improve water quality while also protecting public health, outdoor recr … (read more)
PANTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture last week launched a multi-year study to examine how much conservation projects are improving water quality in two Addison County watersheds. The project, funded at $2 million through the Natural Resources Conse … (read more)
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Farm & Forest Viability Program, a program of the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board, has grant funds available for on-farm capital improvement projects that have a positive impact on water quality. Eligible farmers can apply … (read more)
In the third of a three-part series examining the historic and current role of the Otter Creek in Addison County, and its current status as the heaviest conveyor of phosphorus pollution into Lake Champlain, we turn a sympathetic ear to the burden placed o … (read more)