Public webinar: State of the Lake Champlain Salmonid Fisheries
Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are working with Lake Champlain United and Trout Unlimited to host a virtual meeting with anglers on the State of the Lake Champlain Fisheries on Saturday March 27 from 1-4 p.m.
View a recorded video of the event:
1:00 Welcome and logistics for meeting
1:10 Welcome and Overview of Lake Champlain Fish and Wildlife Management Cooperative and Strategic Plan Update with Eric Palmer VTFWD, Steve Hurst, NYSDEC, and Andrew Milliken, USFWS
1:20 Overall Salmonid Assessment Results with Bernie Pientka, VTFWD, and Nicole Balk, NYSDEC
1:40 Lake Trout Natural Reproduction and Forage Base Research with Ellen Marsden, UVM
2:00 Changes to Lake Trout Stocking with Eric Palmer, VTFWD, and Steve Hurst, NYSDEC
2:20 Lake Champlain Fish Production/Hatchery Operations with Kevin Kelsey, VTFWD, Rob Fiorentino, NYSDEC, and Henry Bouchard, USFWS
2:45 Sea Lamprey Assessment & Control with Brad Young, USFWS
3:05 Draft River Run Salmon Plan and Assessment with Bill Ardren, USFWS
3:20 NY Creel Surveys and VT Angler Survey Results with Rob Fiorentino, NYSDEC, and Margaret Murphy, VTFWD
3:35 Status of Cormorant EIS with Andrew Milliken, USFWS
3:40 Discussion and Q & A Session facilitated by LCU/TU
Registration is required. Upon completing a very short registration form, attendees will be emailed a link to the event. Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VxWpBiiMT-SLlsVFHOz0xg. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
To request a disability-related accommodation, please contact Lake Champlain Sea Grant / Julianna White at 802-777-7017 or seagrant [at] uvm.edu no later than one week before the event.
This meeting will be recorded, and presentations will be shared after the event.
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