Lake Champlain Sea Grant produces publications that include science journal articles, reports, brochures, fact sheets, videos, public service announcements, and other materials about our research, outreach, and education related to the Lake Champlain basin.

Boat Maintenance

Published 2013
Do you routinely work on your boat rather than hire others to do the work for you? Do you clean the deck, repaint the hull, and change the oil? If so, here are some important tips to help you protect the waters wherever you boat.

Boat Operation & Fueling

Published 2013
When not operated properly, boats can result in injuries to people and animals, and cause pollution. Considerations should be given when fueling your boat. Consider these tips to make sure your boating activities are safe and protect the environment.

Building Farmland Flood Resilience

Published 2013
Leah Szafranski, US Fish and Wildlife Service and The Intervale Center, and Liz Brownlee, Vermont River Conservancy and Lake Champlain Sea Grant discuss strategies and present case studies on building farmland flood resilience.

Fish and Mercury Brochure

Published 2013
Safe eating guidelines based on mercury levels measured in fish throughout Vermont as well as mercury levels found in commercial fish.

Garbage and Fishing Waste

Published 2013
Everyone generates trash and garbage. When not handled properly, trash, fish waste, fishing line, hazardous waste, and pet waste can injure marine life and people, and can ruin your boating experience. Consider these tips.

Lake Champlain Bass Tournaments: Fact Sheet

Published 2013
The catch-and-release bass tournament industry uses practices designed to maximize fish survival and minimize impacts to populations. Recent research has uncovered responses to stress associated with angling, transport and weigh-in at tournaments.

Non-Toxic Cleaning Alternatives

Published 2013
The attached list provides non-toxic alternatives to typical cleaning products. It should be noted that even non-toxic substances can cause temporary harm to the environment and should therefore be used sparingly.