Protecting water quality does not take place within the water, but starts at the highest peak of a watershed.
The idea is one of several being tossed around as potential revenue sources for the cleanup of Lake Champlain.
A program for “reducing phosphorus pollution in the Lake” has become an all-inclusive environmental improvement program, with a new taxpayer funding source.
The new administration appears driven by an unprecedented hostility to science itself.
LCBP and Vermont Law School to Host Lake Champlain Briefing for Vermont Legislature and Scott Administration Staff
News Release — Vermont Law School, Lake Champlain Basin Program January 27, 2017 Contact: Eric Howe, LCBP Program Director (802) 372-3213 David Mears, Vice Dean, Vermont Law School (802) 831-1136 LCBP and Vermont Law School to host Lake Champlain briefing for Vermont legislature and Scott administration staff on Feb. 2, 2017 Grand Isle, VT – […]
News Release — Lake Champlain Basin Program January 26, 2017 Contact: Eric Howe, LCBP Director (802) 372-3213 or (800) 468-5227 Lake Champlain Basin Program Welcomes Input on Opportunities for Action, an Evolving Plan for the Future of the Lake Champlain Basin Grand Isle, VT – LCBP announces the opening of a public comment period for […]
The Nature Conservancy’s Water Quality Blueprint is an innovative and interactive, web-based map that identifies the best places to make smart investments.
The state treasurer says the state needs to collect $25 million a year for 20 years from residential and commercial property owners.
News Release — The Nature Conservancy Jan. 16, 2017 Contact: Eve Frankel, The Nature Conservancy, [email protected]; 802 595 5000 Nature Based Solutions Identified for Clean Water in Lake Champlain Montpelier, January 16,2017—The Nature Conservancy in Vermont is proud to announce the launch of its Water Quality Blueprint tool for clean water in Lake Champlain. The […]
We must find the balance of road salt application that protects the environment and still allows for safe roads.
News Release — Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District January 10, 2017 Contact: Corrina Parnapy Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District (802) 778-3178 [email protected] The Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District (WNRCD) is pleased to announce our Road Salt Reduction Initiative; through science, understanding the impacts and through partnerships providing cost effective solutions to reduce road salt application […]
Leaders say they’ll pursue reduction of phosphorus pollution in Lake Champlain even though the state doesn’t know how much the Trump administration may help.
Beth Pearce says enough money is available from current revenues to cover the state’s share of the most urgent steps to cut pollution.
Expanding background checks for gun sales isn’t one of those areas, he says, unless it turns out to have majority support, particularly in committee.