Monthly Archives: July 2016

Lets Talk Runoff: Keep Your Driveway Out of the Stream

July 30: Lets Talk Runoff: Keep Your Driveway Out of the StreamMany driveways cross Flower Brook and contribute to the water, gravel, and sediment in the stream during storms, increasing the damage downstream. Learn stormwater management tools to minimize impacts … Continue reading

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Aquatic Ecology course available

Lake Champlain Sea Grant is offering a short course in aquatic ecology for individuals, community groups, sport fishing industry businesses, tourism organizations, elected officials, and other interested stakeholders. The workshop will be given during the evenings of Aug. 29 and … Continue reading

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Green Stormwater: What You Can Do At Home

Join the Tinmouth Conservation Commission, The South Lake Champlain Partnership, and VT DEC’s Becky Tharp at the Old Tinmouth Firehouse at 7pm on Wednesday, August 3, to┬ádiscuss emerging trends, new research, and inspirational designs for integrating green elements into our … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events with the South Lake Champlain Partnership

The South Lake Champlain PartnershipIn July, 2015, the South Lake Champlain Partnership, organized by the District and Rutland Regional Planning Commission, was honored to receive a High Meadows Fund grant to promote flood resiliency in the Flower Brook watershed. The … Continue reading

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