Environment and Natural Resources
This project identifies, addresses and shares critical ecological and economic issues affecting the Lake Champlain basin and its resources. The Vermont Department of Water conducts water testing and works along with Extension to share this information by empowering communities, businesses and other stakeholders to make informed decisions regarding the management, conservation, utilization and rehabilitation of water resources.
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- Programs on aquatic resources, invasive species, coastal communities and economies and more through the Lake Champlain Sea Grant Program [Extension partner site]
- Education for students and teachers from the Lake Champlain Sea Grant [Extension partner site]
- Latest research from the Lake Champlain Sea Grant [Extension partner site]
Regional water quality
- Recreational water quality information (for swimming) from the Vermont Department of Health
- Drinking water quality information
- Water testing information
The University of Vermont Watershed Alliance[Extension partner site] is an Extension program in partnership with Lake Champlain Sea Grant and the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. The primary aim of the program is to increase awareness and knowledge of watershed issues in Vermont youth. Programming includes Lake Champlain education, stream monitoring and more.
- Watershed Alliance Programs and Activities [Extension partner site]
- Watershed Alliance Resource List [Extension partner site]
- Watershed Alliance Program Brochure (PDF)
Last modified September 19 2013 01:50 PM