Click on any of the Vermont Lake Champlain sub-basins (colored polygons) and links to pages profiling watersheds will pop up. Click on the red flags to find links to participating schools collecting water quality data. Click on the water drops to view data collection sites, with links to monitoring data reports.
The public can see what Vermont students are doing out in their local streams by viewing stream monitoring data they’ve collected as part of Watershed Alliance’s Stream Monitoring & Stewardship Program. The interactive watershed map and database are a new project developed and designed by Lake Champlain Sea Grant and UVM Watershed Alliance with web support from Tamarack Media. We are interested to hear your feedback on how we can make this a user friendly tool for students and schools. Please contact Erin De Vries at UVM Watershed Alliance, firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions or comments.