2022 Lake Champlain Research Conference - Registration Closed
Registration is Now Closed for this conference.
The Lake Champlain Basin Program, Lake Champlain Sea Grant, and the Lake Champlain Research Consortium are pleased to announce the 2022 Lake Champlain Research Conference will be held May 23-24 at the Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain in downtown Burlington, VT. The conference was originally scheduled for January 2022 and was postponed due to the ongoing COVID pandemic.
The conference will bring together lake and watershed stakeholders, including researchers, management practitioners, and the public to learn about the state of research on Lake Champlain and to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Clean Water Act. The conference will feature participation and research from New York, Vermont, Québec, and beyond, providing an opportunity for discussion, networking, and collaboration across Lake Champlain’s multi-jurisdictional watershed.
Note that all attendees will be required to provide proof of vaccination prior to the conference or at check-in.
Lodging for the conference is available at the conference venue, the Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain. Reserve your room at the Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain online, or call at 1-800-HILTONS (445-8667), and mention the group name, NEIWPCC/Lake Champlain Research Conference 2022, to secure the group rate. You must reserve your room by April 29th to secure availability.
Questions from presenters or about the conference in general can be directed to Lauren Jenness at ljenness [at] lcbp.org.
Please visit lcbp.org/lcrc for more information about the 2022 Lake Champlain Research Conference.
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